2021 Homecoming Assembly

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Ellie Johnson

LSW’s 2021 Homecoming Pep Assembly was the first all-school assembly since 2020 Courtwarming, before COVID-19 shut the world down. Virtual and hybrid learning led to administrative restrictions for clubs and student activities, including assemblies, during the pandemic. 

“We want to try to get back to [being] as normal as possible, and let the kids enjoy being together and doing the fun things we’ve missed out on in the last year and a half,” activities and athletics student administrator Jereme Hubbard said. 

LSW traditions that all made an appearance in the HOCO Pep Assembly included class vs. class relay races, class royalty walks, the crowning of the HOCO king, Mathew Kimaku, and performances by the Concert Choir, Marching Band, cheerleaders. One of the final performance traditions is a dance choreographed by the Westside Girls and cheerleaders, accompanied by their choice of male counterparts. This year’s WSGxLSWCheer performance consisted of partnered choreography to songs like “Way 2 Sexy,” “Fergalicious,” and “Rick & Morty.”

Hubbard said that all five of West’s yearly assemblies are planned and expected to be hosted this year.

  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Sarah Hall.
  • Photo by Caroline True.
  • Photo by Caroline True.
  • Photo by Caroline True.

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