Homecoming Returns in 2022!



Homecoming court at BASH football game against OJR

BASH celebrated our homecoming week from October 11th through the 14th. As our first real homecoming week in two years, all the traditional activities were back and better and more meaningful than ever!

The week got off to a great start on Tuesday. Students came to school dressed in neon and bright clothing to show off their school spirit. Wednesday’s spirit day was decades-themed; despite testing that day, students strived to participate. Class colors day was Thursday and each grade was assigned a specific color.

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Students dressed in pink for PINK OUT!

Last but not least, BASD PINK OUT made its BIG return. Everywhere you turned, there was PINK. Mr. Pennington and TSA raised more than a thousand dollars for the American Cancer Society by selling pink t-shirts to students and staff

Hundreds of students gathered in the BASH Memorial Stadium bleachers, overlooking the football field, which transformed into our homecoming pep rally in minutes. Mrs, Deblasi and Mr. Krause took charge of the event, aiming to get the entire student body excited for the weekend’s festivities. Cheerleaders performed, the homecoming court was announced, and students of all grades and members of the staff participated in a tug-of-war competition. Even though the staff won, it was still enjoyable to watch. To end the pep rally, the teachers and administrators shocked the students with a flash mob!

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Homecoming queen Alyssa Albanese and her father

Friday night, BASH football went up against Owen J. Roberts and walked away with a huge win. During the game, we continued to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The stadium was a sea of pink, with the fans, the cheerleaders, and the players all showing their support. At halftime, the color guard entertained the crowd with their new performance. Next, the homecoming court walked down the field, escorted by each of their loved ones. Everyone awaited with excitement to see who would be crowned this year’s queen. Congratulations Alyssa Albanese


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Jacob Benner crowned as the homecoming king

The long-awaited homecoming dance took place Saturday night in the Bear gym. As hundreds of students waited to get in, the security was better than ever to ensure everyone had a fun and safe night. The theme was “A Night in the City,” and the student council did an outstanding job complementing the theme. They set up decoration

s and backdrops and even had a photo booth. A break in all the lively dancing took place as Jacob Benner was named homecoming king. Congratulations Jacob

The entire week was filled with so much excitement and fun-filled activities for the student body, and we were so glad to have homecoming back for the first time in two years. Thank you to everyone involved in preparations and who took their time to make it one spectacular week for BASH!