Brimming with Redhawk pride, the Central Square School District culminated their Spirit Week celebration with a district-wide Homecoming Parade.
The annual parade, which began at the Maintenance Center on County Route 12, looped down Route 11 to Hillcrest Drive and then ended at the District Stadium, preluded the kickoff of the Central Square Redhawks homecoming football game against Watertown.
Central Square dominated the field through most of the game, clinching a homecoming victory for the Central Square Redhawks with a final score of 40-28.
Central Square alumni were also encouraged to attend the evening’s festivities, offering a free gift to all alumni who attended the homecoming game.
Central Square School District Spirit Week is a time-honored tradition that includes a plethora of activities displaying school spirit and pride.
Many of the schools held themed days all week, such as Super Hero Day and Patriotic Day.
Friday was Maroon and White Day, where students and staff were encouraged to don their school colors.
Paul V. Moore High School also held a pep rally that included a class “cheer-off” and presentations by various school performance groups.