September 24, 2018
Homecoming 2018: “Wolverines Got Game”
Prince Avenue Christian School’s 2018 Homecoming will be celebrated Friday, October 19th, with Spirit Week leading up to the varsity football game against Lakeview. All students are invited to participate in the Spirit Week dress up days. Middle and high school students will also compete in banner, hall decoration and spirit cheer/skit competitions.
This year’s theme is “Wolverines Got Game”:
Enter a world of Gumdrop Mountains and tasty treats
Where lollipop lions are full of defeats.
Take your pick and wear a costume of candy,
Or wear your pajamas…that would be dandy!
Wolverines have sweet dreams of beating the Lions!
Tuesday: Guess Who?
Meeting fellow Wolverines passing in the hall …
. . . am I a celebrity or a teacher…you make the call!
Dress up like your favorite teacher or like a star…
One way or another…be the best by far!
Lakeview ~ Guess Who is gonna win?… The Wolverines!
Dr. Winston Wolverine…please make your way to the surgical floor…
The Lions are crying because we’ve run up the score!
Dress up like anything pertaining to an operation…
Be it a doctor, nurse, or patient from the Wolverine Nation!
Lakeview Lions will be calling for a CODE BLUE when they FLATLINEon the scoreboard Friday night!
Wolverines are WINNERS at the game of Life…
The orange and blue will suffer strife!
Dress up like grown-ups, babies or teens…
Come out and support our Mighty Wolverines!
LIFE is good…who’s got it better than us? NOBODY!
Come on Wolverines…show ‘em what you got, let’s tie them Lion tails up in a knot!
Stop those lions, make them yield…twisting and tangling on Brad Akins’ field!
Twister is a game for the young and old…celebrate our colors, BLUE & GOLD!
Wear your COLORS!
- K-8 wear full body any color
- HS 9-12 “Grade Level Color Wars”
- Seniors: Neon pink
- Juniors: Neon Orange
- Sophomores: Neon Green
- Freshmen: Neon Yellow
- These are just suggestions; you can be creative and come up with other ideas, but please stick to the theme!
- Students who do not dress according to the theme of the day cannot just wear Spirit Day attire but must wear their uniforms.
- For all dress-up days…if you are not dressed appropriately and modestly you will have to change into something else. Shirts/shorts/pants must be worn, no swimsuits, etc.
- Costumes may include knee-length shorts or leggings under shorts. Absolutely NO short shorts or strapless dresses etc., no leggings or tights worn alone, must include shorts over them….
- And as always, for the entire week remember the too rule – not too tight, not too loose, not too long, and not too short!
2018 Homecoming Representatives:
Homecoming Representatives are chosen by the high school student body. Criteria for selection includes the “fruit” of the Spirit as listed in Galatians 5:22-23. Students are asked to consider: Do these students have a genuine walk with the Lord? Does their social media honor God? Are they striving to please Christ above all else? Are they involved in school activities, and do they proudly support all things Prince Avenue?
Representing the ninth grade are Magill Bahnsen and Will Elrod. Sophomore representatives are Erin Eley, Olivia Shiver, and Tate Jernigan while the juniors elected are Allie Carter and Hamilton Culpepper. Senior representative girls include Delaney Cook, Mandy Csuka, Abby Davis, Molly Howard, and Lilly Renn. Senior representative boys include John Morgan, Thomas Ross, Boone Seay, Mack Simmons, and Will Todd.
Mr. and Miss PACS will be voted on by the high school students. Mr. PACS will be announced at the Wolverine Growl, and Miss PACS will be announced during half-time of the Homecoming football game on Friday night.
Pictured left to right:
Back Row- Olivia Shiver, Tate Jernigan, Boone Seay, Will Todd, John Morgan, Thomas Ross, Mack Simmons, Hamilton Culpepper, Magill Bahnsen, and Will Elrod
Front Row – Erin Eley, Delaney Cook, Molly Howard, Abby Davis, Lilly Renn, Mandy Csuka, and Allie Carter
Wolverine Pre-Growl Block Pizza Party and Wolverine Growl Family Pep Rally – Thursday, October 18
Pre-Growl Block Party: Everyone is invited from 6:00-6:45 pm for free pizza which will be served to our families in the Wolverine Pavilion.
Wolverine Growl Pep Rally: Everyone is invited to the Wolverine Gymnasium at 7:00 pm for our annual Homecoming pep rally. Students wear your homecoming t-shirts!
This is a great night for the entire family! No registration is required for these events.
Alumni Tailgate: Friday, October 19th
Brad Akins Field
6:30 pm Under the tent in the “End Zone”
There will be food and fun for your entire family. Homecoming Football Tickets are free for all alumni and one guest. There will be an alumni check-in table at the home gate. Please tell the gate attendant the year you graduated for admittance. All other tickets may be purchased at the stadium for $7 per person.
Dinner and a Show (for free): Saturday, October 20th
For Reservations: 678.726.2314 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fine Arts Fall Production:
Homecoming Week will conclude with the Prince Avenue’s Fine Arts production of Oklahoma!.
Show times are Saturday, October 20th at 2:30 pm and 7:00 pm and Sunday, October 21st at 2:30 pm. All shows will be at Brightstone Theatre: 560 Jerry Smith Drive, Watkinsville, GA, 30677.
The year is 1907. Oklahoma will soon become a state. Curly and Laurey (played by juniors Jack Johnston and Emilie David) are trying to decide their feelings for one another. Jud Fry (Senior, Christopher Harding) also has eyes for Laurey, but her Aunt Eller (Junior, Chloe Ferguson) is keeping an eye on the situation. Jud is a loyal worker on Eller and Laurey’s farm, but his troubled past and isolated behavior leave the town uneasy.
Comic relief comes in the form of Ado Annie (Junior, Riley Wilson), Will Parker (Junior, Thompson Sewell), and Ali Hakim (Sophomore, Hendley Jones). The three are stuck in a love triangle, and when asked which one she likes best, Ado Annie responds, “Whatever one I’m with.”
Oklahoma is full of singing, dancing, and witty one-liners. Among the humor and energy of the buzzing territory is a beautiful story which is endearing, cautious, and heart-warming. Come enjoy this classic musical with iconic songs such as “Oh What a Beautiful Mornin’”, “People Will Say We’re in Love”, and the title song “Oklahoma”.
With 18 PACS high school students in this production, you won’t want to miss this Rodgers and Hammerstein classic.
Tickets are available for $12 online or for $15 at the door.
Special Offer: Kids 5th grade and younger that are dressed as a cowboy or cowgirl are admitted free to the Saturday 7:00 pm show. Come have a great family night out!