Bastrop High School Homecoming Week is set for October 23-27th. This year’s theme is “Let the Good Times Roll, Laissez le Bon Temps Rouler” The theme is a New Orleans Mardi Gras feel with masks, beads, and music. This year BHS will have a parade which will be at 1 pm on Thursday, October 26.
The community is encouraged to participate. Any former queens, classes, or community groups can contact BHS Guidance Office at 283-2943 for a participation form or further information.
The parade route is from MacArthur/Highland Ave-North Washington- Fairfield-Llarche Lane and back to BHS.
Coach Burnette encourages everyone to come out and support the Rams as they lasso the Chiefs on Friday. Friday night, Oct 27 is the Homecoming football game. BHS vs. West Ouachita Chiefs at 7 pm with a halftime presentation of the Royal Court. BHS would like to see record numbers.
This is Mr. Broussard’s’ first homecoming here at Bastrop High. He feels homecoming is very important for high school students. The student body has the opportunity to express themselves and have fun. Homecoming is the time for alumni to come back and connect with old classmates, and BHS encourages that. BHS wants them to feel connected to Bastrop High. BHS wants this to be the biggest homecoming ever. Activities for the week include “Down on the Bayou Day”, Coronation Day, Lasso the Chiefs Day, Throw me Something Mister Day and Color Wars Day. The big homecoming pep rally is set for Friday morning. Faculty, staff, and students are very excited.
Coronation is Tuesday, October 24TH In the BHS Auditorium at 9 am. The queen and maid of honor will be announced and crowned at this time.