Maquoketa High School’s Homecoming 2015

Theme: “Mardi Gras Mambo: Parading to a Victory.”

The week starts off Sunday, September 20th with class wall decorating, the fall activities auction, and coronation. That Sunday evening, the 4th annual community bonfire will begin. It will start at 6pm with a meal provided by the Athletic Booster Club located at Jack Marlowe Athletic Complex. At 7pm, entertainment will begin at the track. Acts will include the Maquoketa cheerleaders, dance team, the football moms, a wagon parade, and more! Following the entertainment, the bonfire will be lit to commence the beginning of homecoming week. The rest of the homecoming events are as follows:

Friday 9/18

 3:30 PM Downtown Window Painting Begins


Sunday 9/20

3:00 PM Class Wall Decorating Begins

4:00 PM Athletic Booster Club Fall Activities Auction

4:00 PM Class Wall Judging

4:30 PM Coronation

5:00 PM Athletic Booster Club Fall Activities Auction (Varsity Items)

6:00 PM Meal Available for Purchase through the Booster Club (Jack Marlowe Athletic Complex)

7:00 PM Community Pep Rally/Bonfire (Jack Marlowe Athletic Complex)


Monday 9/21 Dress up: Mardi Gras Masquerade Day

4:30 PM Cross Country at Bellevue High School


Tuesday 9/22

Dress up: Twin Day

3:45 PM Window Judging

5:00 PM Freshman Volleyball at Western Dubuque

6:00 PM Sophomore and JV Volleyball at Western Dubuque

7:30 PM Varsity Volleyball at Western Dubuque


Wednesday 9/23


Dress up: Wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Thursday 9/24

Dress up: Class Color Day (9th – Yellow, 10th – Blue, 11th – White, 12th – Black,   Faculty – Green, Community – Purple)
Friday 9/25

Dress up: Spirit Day

1:00 PM Pep Rally

2:00 PM Homecoming Parade (Grand Marshal –Glen (Red) Henton)

5:00 PM Sophomore Football at Home vs. Xavier

7:30 PM Varsity Football at Home vs. Xavier


Saturday 9/26

9:00 AM Varsity Volleyball Tournament at Monticello

8:00 PM Pictures by Siebe Studio at the High School

9:00 PM-12:00 AM Homecoming Dance

Let’s make this year’s homecoming the best yet with the help of our students, faculty, and community!