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The Pearl Post

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The Pearl Post

First homecoming dance to be held tomorrow night

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Alysa Basmadzhyan
Seniors Aiden Bachsian and Andrew Romero work together to hang up homecoming dance posters during their Leadership class on Sep. 6.

Many students are excited to attend the first-ever homecoming dance at the school on Friday night.

“I’m really excited for the homecoming dance because it’s actually like the first one happening at Daniel Pearl (Magnet High School),” said senior Elizabeth Garcia, who is in the Leadership class.

Homecoming tickets are now on pre-sale for $5 in the student store. A great deal of planning has been done by the Associated Student Body (ASB) officers and leadership students for the homecoming dance. Tomorrow from 6 to 9 p.m. in the MPR, attendees should expect live music, food, drinks, a photo booth and the announcement of the Homecoming King and Queen. All fundraising will go toward the senior Class of 2024 and activities they will plan in the future. 

“This is the first-ever homecoming we’re doing, so we are really expecting a big turnout just because we are calling it a homecoming dance,” said ASB President Maggie Simonyan, who is also The Pearl Post sports editor. “I’m expecting to see way more people than we did last year at dances just because we sort of built that excitement already.”

At the homecoming dance, students are encouraged to follow a black-and-white theme. Leading up to the homecoming dance, students participated in Spirit Week with a theme to follow for each day.

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Sophie Ortega, Entertainment Editor
Sophie Ortega is the Entertainment Editor for The Pearl Post this year. It is her first year on staff. Ortega is a junior who listens to music in her free time. She is looking forward to using her skills to contribute to The Pearl Post. She hopes that joining the newspaper will help her academically. 
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Senior Alysa Basmadzhyan is excited to be a yearbook editor this year. She was a staff writer last year but is thrilled to try something new as it is her last year at DPMHS. She is looking forward to bringing out her creativity. Getting to know more people and the challenges she will face as a yearbook editor are what she is looking forward to the most this year.
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