Please help spread the word: Coronado High School (CHS) Homecoming is this week! 

CHS ASB (Associated Student Body) is working incredibly hard to keep spirits and connection up on and off campus. Let’s rally behind them with a great CUSD and community turnout. 

We’d love to have a big crowd of supporters lining the route (map and description below) to cheer the Islanders as the Homecoming Court and class car floats, Enchanted Forest theme, parade through Coronado this Friday, Feb. 19 at 4:30 p.m. The Homecoming Court, six boys and six girls, voted by their peers, will be in separate cars with their families. 

The crowning ceremony for Homecoming King and Queen will take place on the High School field right after the parade. Students and community members won’t be allowed to watch the ceremony in person, due to COVID restrictions, but the ceremony will be livestreamed on @coronadoasb ‘s instagram and filmed professionally to watch later.

Also Coronado ASB has a “TV Special” for the entire community to watch live Friday, Feb. 19, 6 p.m. on the website . The special will feature videos of the Homecoming Court, a special “hot ones” style video from ASB, and pictures and videos from our Homecoming spirit week and class competitions.

Let’s do as much as we can to show our Islanders how greatly they are loved and bring your students, colleagues, friends and neighbors! 

Many thanks and Go Islanders!

*Parade Route: The parade begins at CHS with a RIGHT turn out of the Seventh Street gate, left onto J Avenue, left onto Tenth Street, winds around Star Park and Bay Circle Park, up Margarita to Sixth Street near Spreckels Park, to Seventh Street and finishes back at CHS Seventh Street gate.*

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