Saturday night, September 20, students partook in the annual Littleton High School Homecoming dance. This year’s theme was around the world, allowing for the LHS community to cover all kinds of different cultures. It also allowed for the Student Council to decorate the gym and cafeteria with decorations from a wide variety of countries.
Among the decorations, there were miniature Eiffel towers, palm trees, streamers, and a large light up pagoda, all of which created a seemingly jumbled, yet cohesive decorative theme.
“I knew that this would be an especially hard theme to decorate for, because there are so many places and cultures across the world. I think StuCo did a good job of keeping the decorations simple, while still showing a wide variety of cultures,” said senior Daniel Malek.
The dance was generally well received by students and had a relatively large attendance, similar to years prior.
“I thought the dance was pretty well attended. However, I don’t think it was as large as some previous years. But it was still fun, which was all that really matters,” said senior Jake Anderson.
The dance was a success and the theme allowed for easy dress up days throughout the week, which translated in more school spirit and participation from students.