News Brief: Homecoming approaches with updates


Christi Norris

At the 2019 Homecoming pep rally, the band and colorguard stand for the school song. This year Homecoming will occur on the week of Sept. 20-24. The Homecoming dance will occur Saturday, Sept. 25.

Sofia Ayala, Reporter

After considering options on restoring an annual town tradition, district officials decided that Prosper will be hosting their annual homecoming parade on Sept. 22. Last year they cancelled the event due to COVID 19. The parade will begin at 6 p.m. at Reynolds Middle School, and it will end at Prosper High School. Roads will close at 5 p.m.

The parade will proceed down Broadway, turning right on Coleman toward Prosper High School.

Only student/district and Town of Prosper floats will be allowed to participate in the Homecoming parade this year. The homecoming dance, football game, and homecoming pep rally will also occur the same week as the parade.

Upcoming Dates: 

Varsity Football Homecoming Game: Friday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. 

The map shown above shows the route the homecoming parade will take on Sept. 22. The homecoming parade will start at Reynolds Middle School and travel to the high school. The parade will start at 6 p.m.

Homecoming Pep Rally: Friday, Sept. 24. 

Homecoming Dance: Saturday, Sept. 25.

Homecoming Week Dress Up Days:

Monday, Sept. 20: Athletic Gear and Jerseys

Tuesday, Sept. 21: Space-Themes or Western Attire

Wednesday, Sept. 22: Neon and 80s Attire

Thursday, Sept. 23: Twin with a Friend or Group

Friday, Sept. 24: Wear Green with Mums/Garters

 Homecoming Parade Road Closures:

All roads listed below will close at 5 p.m.:

  • Craig Road & Broadway to Church Road & Broadway
  • Church Road & 8th Street
  • Coleman will become one-way southbound from Prosper Trail to Broadway.
  • Broadway & Coleman to Coleman & Talon Way

Parade Rules: 

  • All Semi’s and 35-foot or longer trailers will require six walkers with the float. All other entries will require four walkers per entry.
  • Candy may be distributed by float walkers. Participants can’t throw candy from the float.
  • Only floats associated directly with the district and the Town of Prosper. (i.e. town council, fire trucks, police cars) will be involved. Community sports, businesses, etc. will not be in the parade this year.