HOCO Week Begins with outstanding Beehive and D-Pod Boy performances and ends with Royalty

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HOCO Week Begins with outstanding Beehive and D-Pod Boy performances and ends with Royalty

Chase Petrulis solos as his fellow band mates back him up.

Chase Petrulis solos as his fellow band mates back him up.

Ryleah Floyd

Chase Petrulis solos as his fellow band mates back him up.

Ryleah Floyd

Ryleah Floyd

Chase Petrulis solos as his fellow band mates back him up.

Ryleah Floyd, Staff Writer

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The Rangers had two different Homecoming assemblies this year. The Monday assembly was for all the clubs, sports and activities. There was also a dance off between the Beehives and the D-Pod boys, who were reprising their popular lip syncs from the following Saturday at the Livingston Education Foundation Lip Sync Fundraiser. Raini Ryan and Ciara Madden said the Monday assembly was really fun and started the homecoming week off on a good note. The second assembly was Friday, where the Rangers found out who won royalty and all the Rangers cheered their fight song multiple times.

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The Beehives dance away at the Monday assembly. Erin Petersen, Olaia Connelly, Adelle Welch and Brianna Pittman bring their original performance back to Park.

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Activities Director Nate Parseghian called all students down to end the assembly with one final Ranger cheer.

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The Park High football team along with some other cheery students help the students sing the fight song on Friday afternoon during the assembly.

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Senior Girls show off their VSCO outfits at the Monday morning assembly.

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Park High Band leads Rangers in fight song during Friday’s afternoon assembly.