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Titan Tattler: Titans put the spirit in homecoming week

By Kelly Kendall
For the Clemmons Courier

Spirit is in the air at West Forsyth this week because of one word: homecoming.

Homecoming is the ultimate high school activity in the fall, and West planned a week full of fun for students and faculty.

Each day this week was assigned a different theme for Spirit Week. Students enjoyed Meme Day on Monday, Twin Day on Tuesday, Hawaiian Day on Wednesday, Pink Out Day today, and of course, Green & Gold Day on Friday.

Students will continue to sport their green and gold at Friday’s homecoming football game against the Davie County War Eagles. After a crucial win last week against East Forsyth High School, the Titans hope to maintain their undefeated record at West’s most spirited game of the season. During the game, the homecoming court will be announced. A prince and princess will be announced for underclassmen as well as a king and queen from the senior class. Tickets are $7 and the game begins at 7:30 p.m.

On Friday, this school year’s first print version of the West Forsyth Zephyr will be distributed. Students and faculty can receive one from any Zephyr staff member during all four lunches in the cafeteria. Be sure to check it out!

Wednesday, Oct. 23, is Unity Day at West. October is Bullying Prevention Month, and in an effort to promote kindness, West students and faculty will wear orange for Unity Day. On that day, all those donning their orange attire will take a photo in the football stadium for the yearbook and promoting the caring community fostered at West.

With homecoming week in full swing, the Titans are surely showing why West is indeed best.