First published in the Oct. 30 print issue of the Glendale News Press.
Homecoming, the beloved high school tradition, often is considered a rite of passage for many teenagers and usually entails a sports event, parade and semiformal dance. But what if a school is without a sports team?
For Clark Magnet High School, homecoming was a convention admired only from afar until activities director Shari Scott-Sawyer suggested bringing the essence of the tradition to campus, even though it’s a no-sport school.
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