Royalty in the halls of Louisa High School

Posted on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 5:15 pm

Louisa County High School’s king and queen will be crowned during half-time activities on Friday Oct. 25.

Louisa County High School’s king and queen will be crowned during half-time activities on Friday Oct. 25.

The Louisa County High School Homecoming parade will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25. The parade will run through the Louisa County High School bus loop as well as the stadium lot and make its way into the stadium. Fans are invited to stand alongside the sidewalk surrounding the bus loop and the stadium lot, where different clubs and organizations will be throwing out different items for parade goers, including leis and candy. No Homecoming court is complete without the presence of court members who will be transported by the Lake Anna Cruizers.

The halftime show will focus on this year’s Homecoming court. Court attendants will be escorted by their chosen adults while the band plays. At the end of the ceremony, the 2013 King and Queen will be crowned by principal, Tom Smith.

This year’s theme is “A Hawaiian Luau.” The event will take place Saturday, Oct. 26, from 8 until 11 p.m. at Louisa County Middle School. Upon arrival, each student will receive a lei from authentic Polynesian dancers. Students will have the opportunity to dance in a transformed gymnasium that will be designed to recreate a tropical paradise. In the forum area, students will have the pleasure of witnessing Polynesian dancers perform a traditional Hawaiian dance program. Additionally, our own culinary department, under Chef Marquis’ direction, will provide food and beverage, including “luau” like snacks. Our guests can elect to create their own tiki masks, partake in a Hawaiian trivia game, and test their knowledge of famous Hawaiian natives in a “Who’s Who” interactive game.

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