Jamestown Public Schools Homecoming Week Details Announced

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Public Schools has announced details of this year’s homecoming events.

Jamestown High School’s 2019 Homecoming Court.

School officials say Homecoming Weekend will take place Friday, October 4 and Saturday, October 5.

The annual Homecoming Parade will take place Friday at 6 p.m. starting at the Allen Park Ice Arena to Strider Field. The JHS Varsity Red Raiders Football team plays Frontier at 7 p.m.

Saturday’s Homecoming activities continue with Lockport at 7 p.m. Saturday’s Homecoming activities continue with a varsity home soccer game vs. Randolph at 1:30 p.m. at Strider Field.

Jamestown High School welcomes all JHS alumni to return for Homecoming Weekend.

The 2019 JHS Homecoming Court was announced: Chase Jones, Nevan Kearney, Clayton Hitchcock, Nolan Scoma, Evan Anderson, Masen Maggio, Dylan Lydell, Josh Tonkins, Aden Clark, Andrew Dix, Dimitrianna Anderson, Sophie Schweiger, Olivia Ruiz, Nicole Trusso, Gioconda Calamunci, Giovanna Calamunci, Courtney Grey, Courtney Graham, Milaysha Anderson and Alexa Swanson.

The Homecoming King and Queen Crowning Ceremony will take place during halftime of the football game. The JHS Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, October 5 at the Jefferson Gym from 8-11 p.m.

Throughout the school week leading up to Homecoming, JHS will celebrate “Spirit Week” with a Pep Rally ending the week. Each day has a different theme: Monday – Fashion Disaster Day, Tuesday – Hawaiian Day, Wednesday – Favorite Sports Day, Thursday – Tie Dye Day, Friday – Red and Green Day and Monday, October 7th – National Blue Shirt Day for World Day of Bullying Prevention.

The Jamestown PROMISE Fund will also be kicking off their Winter Clothing Drive on Friday, October 4 at the Jamestown High School Homecoming Football Game next to the main entrance gates near the concession pavilion from 6 p.m. to kick off.

The Fund is asking the community to bring gently used or new winter wear including coats, boots, hats, gloves and scarfs to be given to Jamestown children.

As well as winter clothing donations, tax-deductible monetary donations will also be accepted and recognized at the kick-off and throughout the drive.

Checks can be made payable to the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation for the JPS PROMISE Fund.


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