Editor: 

I am writing to inform the community about the Maquoketa School’s Homecoming 2019. This year’s theme is “Country: Getting Rowdy with a Victory.” 

The week starts off on Sunday, Sept. 29. Throughout the week there will be many activities and events. One big change this year is bringing the Homecoming festivities on Sunday back. There will be many events for the community to enjoy that night. 

I have attached the schedule for the week below. It’s going to be a week full of fun and we hope to see the community involved as much as possible! 

Maquoketa Schools Homecoming 2019 “Country: Getting Rowdy with a Victory!” 

Friday 9/27: 

3:30 p.m. Downtown window painting begins 

Sunday 9/29: 

4 p.m. Basket/Jersey Auctions and Coronation; 

4-6 p.m. Meal available for purchase in the High School cafeteria through Athletic Booster Club; 

6 p.m. Olympics at the high school track; 

7 p.m. Community Pep Rally and Bonfire to follow 

Monday 9/30: Dress up: Country vs. Country Club; 

6 p.m. Powderpuff Football 

Tuesday 10/1: Dress up: Dynamic Duo 3:45 p.m. Downtown window judging: 

6 p.m. Sophomore and JV Volleyball at Marion

7:30 p.m. Varsity Volleyball at Marion 

Wednesday 10/2: Dress up: Way Back Wednesday 

Thursday 10/3: Dress up: Class Color Day (9th – yellow, 10th – blue, 11th – white, 12th – black, Staff – gray, Community – purple) 

5 p.m. Cross Country at Western Dubuque 

5 p.m. Freshmen Volleyball vs. Monticello at Home 

6 p.m. Sophomore Volleyball vs. Marquette Catholic at Home 

7 p.m. Punt, Pass, & Kick at Goodenow Field 

7:30 p.m. Varsity Volleyball vs. Marquette Catholic at home 

Friday 10/4: Dress up: Spirit Day 

1 p.m. Pep Rally 

2 p.m. Homecoming Parade (grand marshal: Brandon and Heather Moore family) 

5 p.m. Freshmen Football vs. Marion High School at Home 

7:15 p.m. Varsity Football vs. Marion High School at Home 

Saturday 10/5: 

9 p.m. Volleyball: Varsity Invitational at Northeast 

8 p.m. Pictures by Siebe Studio at the High School 

9 p.m. - midnight Homecoming Dance 

MacKenzie Said, president

Maquoketa High School Student Senate