“Parents and colleagues at the district have been calling me saying this has been the best powderpuff game and I think it’s because the students invested so much into it,” Hoese said. “With such a great start to the week, the anticipation is just building.”
To cap off a good week, the dance will be held Saturday and Hoese feels strongly that it will be one of the best homecoming dances in the area.
“I want the kids to say ‘wow this is unbelievable, no other school does this.’ I don’t want to just to put on homecoming, I want it to this to be the best in the area,” Hoese said. “I want to give our kids everything they deserve to make it as enjoyable as possible.”