Homecoming 2018 Dates to Remember


Homecoming Week: September 24-29*

  • Septemeber 17 – Voting for Court
  • September 18 – Homecoming Court Announced
    • Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming King and Queen candidates.
      King Candidates
      Zach Bogaczyk
      Zach Eaton
      Nate Goodwin
      Mitchell Pollitt
      Bowen Siberz
      Vincent Vanyo
      Queen Candidates
      Caitlin Conklin
      Julia Lemmon
      Marisa Mapes
      Ella Muse
      Taylor Neal
      Kia Peterson
  • September 24 – Voting for Homecoming King & Queen
    • All WHS students will have the opportunity to vote for homecoming king and queen during advisory time.
  • September 24-29 – Waukee High School Dress Up Day Themes
    • Monday: We Go Together Day ( a twin/team/group dress alike theme)
    • Tuesday: USA Day
    • Wednesday: Meme Day (dress as a favorite Internet meme)
    • Thursday: Beach Day (appropriate attire for school is expected)
    • Friday: Waukee Spirit Day (Seniors wear black, Juniors wear purple, Sophomores wear yellow/gold, Staff wears white)
  • September 26 – Ironman Sand Volleyball – Cancelled due to weather conditions.
    • Ironman sand volleyball with be September 26 at 4:00 pm at the sand volleyball courts in Centennial Park.
  • September 27 – Homecoming Parade
    • Homecoming Parade Sign-up
    • The homecoming parade will begin at 6 p.m.
    • The parade route will be that same as all WHS parades (Staging at Vince Meyer parking lot and ending at WHS Stadium).
  • September 27 – Coronation
    • Homecoming king and queen will be crowned at WHS Stadium on September 27 following the parade.
  • September 28 – Homecoming Football Game vs DSM East
    • Varsity game starts at 7 p.m. at the WHS Stadium
  • September 29 – Homecoming Dance
    • The Homecoming dance is Saturday, September 29, from 8-10 p.m. in the west gym at the high school.
    • Admission is $10 per student.
    • Entrance will only be at the main doors on the east side of the school. Only WHS students in grades 10-12 may attend or bring guests. No one in grade 9 or lower will be admitted and no one older than 20 will be admitted as per past practice. All attendees must show an ID at the door. Students wishing to bring a guest who is not a student a Waukee High School must fill out the sign-up form that is in the student services office.
    • Dress is semi-formal.

*More details will be added as information becomes available.