(Le Mars) — Gehlen Catholic is celebrating Homecoming this week, and according to Amy Jungers, the Development Director with Gehlen Catholic, the week is full of fun and festive activities all with the thought of showing school spirit.
Jungers says the students, both elementary as well as middle school and high school students, have chosen to dress in different outfits calling attention to the week-long homecoming celebration.
Jungers talks about the costumes that will be worn by students for the remaining days of the week.
Friday, at 12:00 noon will be the coronation ceremony along with the pep rally inside the Dreckman Memorial gymnasium. Jungers says Father Travis Crotty has been chosen to deliver the coronation and pep rally address.
The Gehlen Catholic official reviews those seniors chosen to be a part of this year’s Gehlen Catholic Homecoming court
Following the coronation ceremonies, the Gehlen Catholic Homecoming parade will traverse on Central Avenue.
Similar to the Le Mars Community High School Homecoming parade, Jungers says the parade will head north on Central Avenue.
Jungers says it is not too late for businesses and organizations to still register to be in the Gehlen Catholic Homecoming parade.
Gehlen Catholic Homecoming festivities will culminate with the Friday night football game against Alta-Aurelia beginning at 7:00 p.m. Jungers says prior to the kick-off, fans can enjoy a tailgate celebration.
Jungers says a Homecoming dance will follow the football game starting at 9:30 p.m. and continuing until midnight. It will be held inside the back gymnasium at Gehlen Catholic High School.