Crenshaw Christian celebrates homecoming
By ISABELLA JACKSON
Special to the Journal
Crenshaw Christian Academy’s homecoming started out with a bang.
Students began with dress up themes for each day of the week.
For Monday, the theme was Pajama Day. Some people wore pajama bottoms with slippers and others wore cozy onesies.
Tuesday was Wacky Tacky Day and consisted of crazy mix-matched clothing and accessories.
On Wednesday the classrooms were filled with twins and even quintuplets to show school spirit on Twin Day.
Thursday was Blackout Day and students and faculty dressed for the homecoming assembly on Friday.
After Thursday’s Blackout Day, the Cougars held a few evening activities.
Thursday night started with a parade down Country Club Drive, which included the JV and Varsity football teams and cheerleaders, baby cougarettes, cougarettes, pee wee football team and cheerleaders, JV and Varsity Dance Teams, the 2015 homecoming queen and her court and any other organizations that wanted to be involved.
Following the parade, Cougar fans could enter the gym to be entertained with a Glow-in-the-Dark pep rally.
Participants wore glow necklaces, light up headbands, neon clothing and even glow tape to imitate stick people while they danced and cheered for their team.
It was a great week leading up to Crenshaw’s win on Friday. Go Cougars!