SGA throws second annual Homecoming

Devon Braunstein ('10)/ Eastside Managing Editor

After two motivating days of Spirit Week dress-up, SGA hosted its second annual Homecoming Dance.

SGA’s long hours spent after school on Friday paid off, as Cafeteria 1 was transformed into an FBI crime scene with caution tape and graffiti lining the walls, following the overall theme of Spirit Week, government agencies.  DJ Jack Freidberg entertained the 430 attendees with an array of techno selections.  Aside from the crowd of dancing in the front of the cafeteria, students also had the option to relax at one of the tables set up in the back of the room to enjoy a variety of desserts.

“[Homecoming] is the first big event of Spirit Week, kick starting the rest of the week,” said President Bret Marlowe (’10).  “Having 430 people attend really says a lot about the growing school spirit.”

Overall, SGA raised around $3,600, which will go to a cause yet to be determined.

“We hope over the next few years we leave a legacy, starting a tradition that people will come out to enjoy,” Marlowe said.