ECI Celebrates Homecoming 2022
Emanuel County Institute will celebrate homecoming the week of September 26-30 with several fun activities. Dress-up days for students, faculty, and staff are “No Mirror” Monday (PJs or tacky attire), Tuesday is “Adam Day” (dress like Adam Sandler or any Adam), Wednesday students are invited to wear their “Sunday Best,” Thursday is “Bulldog Spirit/Neon Day” culminating with a Neon Party pep rally at 2 PM. and all Friday’s activites have been rescheduled for Thursday. The varsity football game has been rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6:00 p.m. More information will be published on ECI’s Facebook page.
Something new this year is a homecoming dance which was held Saturday, September 24 in ECI’s gym. ECI high school students were invited to attend.
ECI is bringing back the homecoming parade which is scheduled for Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m. The parade will begin at ECI and continue to TCE. Any community members or organizations wishing to participate are asked to contact Mrs. Tabatha Downer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 478-763-2673. Parade spectators are asked to gather in the pecan orchard.
A community pep rally and tailgate will be held on Thursday, September 29 beginning at 2:00 p.m. The Bulldog community is invited to participate in this event. The junior varsity football game has been cancelled. Students in grades 9-12 selected homecoming representatives for their classes. Freshmen representatives are Brooklyn Dorsey, Erin Standford, Lola Walden, and Briley Womack. Sophomore representatives are Kinley Grimes, Halli Kate Johnson, Jaelyn Dixon-Rowland, and JaMyra Shivers. Junior class representatives are Asia Gibbons, Jarei Oglesby, Dhahami Salgado, and La’Tyra Stone.
Six senior boys and six senior girls are vying for the title of Homecoming King and Queen. Representing the senior boys are Drew Grimes, PJ Farnum, Bryce Kearson, Cordarius Lee, Lawson Mercer, and David Stapleton. Representing the girls are Sullee Boddiford, Angel Carrillo, Cierra Fann, Taylor Flakes, Myia Steele, and Toddrianna Watson. Crowning will take place during halftime at Thursday’s game against Jefferson County.
We look forward to seeing our bulldog family during the homecoming festivities!