Homecoming week comes with many traditions and fun ways to celebrate being an Erie Tiger! The week features spirit days each day of the week where students can show their school spirit.

Monday, October 3rd: Colorado Day 
Tuesday, October 4th: Sorority vs. Fraternity
Wednesday, October 5th: Red Flags and White Lies 
Thursday, October 6th: BBQ Dad vs. Soccer Mom
Friday, October 7th: Black Out

During the school day on Friday, October 7th we will have a modified schedule to allow for the annual Homecoming Pep Rally at the end of the school day.

Friday, October 7th before the game, the Erie Optimists are hosting this year’s Homecoming Parade at 5:15pm in old town.

Friday night, October 7th, the Tiger varsity football team will take on Monarch at the Homecoming Football game at 7pm. This is an event that many alumni attend so plan ahead to arrive early and have a plan for parking.

Saturday night, October 8th from 7 to 10pm EHS will host its annual Homecoming Dance in Tiger Stadium. Ticket sales are now LIVE!  The Homecoming dance will be held in the Erie High School football stadium with a DJ, yard games, food trucks, and fun from 7pm-10pm on Saturday, October 8th

If your student would like to attend, Homecoming tickets can be purchased through this link

If your student would like to bring a guest that does not go to Erie High School, a guest form must be filled out and turned into the main office by Friday, September 30th.

Guest forms can be found on your student’s All Grade Schoology page as well as in the main office. If you have any questions regarding the Homecoming dance, how to purchase tickets or the guest forms, please contact either the main office or the Student Government teacher advisor, Mackenzie Stuart at stuart_mackenzie@svvsd.org.

Details for each of these events will be updated here. Check back for updates.

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