Parading into homecoming week

Hannah Tucker, Photographer

Coppell High School drum majors Ashna Pathan (junior), senior Sam Wang and senior Rishav Rout stand at the head of the band to prepare to lead it in the homecoming parade on Wednesday afternoon. They will backwards march to face and conduct the band during the route. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School drum majors Ashna Pathan (junior), senior Sam Wang and senior Rishav Rout stand at the head of the band to prepare to lead it in the homecoming parade on Wednesday afternoon. They will backwards march to face and conduct the band during the route. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Coppell High School band members Rhea Shaw (sophomore), Joanne Chen (sophomore) and junior Aakash Talathi pose for a photo while getting set up in lines for the homecoming parade near Coppell High School on Wednesday afternoon. The annual parade starts about a mile down on Parkway Boulevard, which students walk to, and then leads back to the CHS parking lot. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School band members Rhea Shaw (sophomore), Joanne Chen (sophomore) and junior Aakash Talathi pose for a photo while getting set up in lines for the homecoming parade near Coppell High School on Wednesday afternoon. The annual parade starts about a mile down on Parkway Boulevard, which students walk to, and then leads back to the CHS parking lot. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Coppell High School assistant band director Adrian Caswell explains and demonstrates to the Coppell band how it should be marching and what distance they need to stay at the homecoming parade route on Wednesday afternoon. When marching, the band must stay at exact distanced apart from each other to have a clean presentation and effect. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School assistant band director Adrian Caswell explains and demonstrates to the Coppell band how it should be marching and what distance they need to stay at the homecoming parade route on Wednesday afternoon. When marching, the band must stay at exact distanced apart from each other to have a clean presentation and effect. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Coppell High School sophomores and band members Abigail Hays and Hannah Dunkin get ready for the homecoming parade in a neighborhood parking lot on Wednesday afternoon. A variety of organizations show their support for the Coppell community by creating floats and participating in the homecoming parade. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School sophomores and band members Abigail Hays and Hannah Dunkin get ready for the homecoming parade in a neighborhood parking lot on Wednesday afternoon. A variety of organizations show their support for the Coppell community by creating floats and participating in the homecoming parade. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Coppell High School senior Faith Parker shows her support and passion for both the Coppell lacrosse team and Harambe the gorilla alongside the homecoming parade route on Wednesday afternoon. Parker is a very spirited and avid supporter of Coppell, for at pep rallies she is always up and cheering. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School junior Faith Parker shows her support and passion for both the Coppell lacrosse team and Harambe the gorilla alongside the homecoming parade route on Wednesday afternoon. Parker is a very spirited and avid supporter of Coppell, for at pep rallies she is always up and cheering. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Coppell High School tennis team members sit around waiting on their float near Cottonwood Creek Elementary at the parade after school on Wednesday. While some of the students rode on the float, others walked alongside passing out school colored beads. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Coppell High School tennis team members sit around waiting on their float near Cottonwood Creek Elementary at the parade after school on Wednesday. While some of the students rode on the float, others walked alongside passing out school colored beads. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

Valley Ranch Elementary students ride on their school’s happy birthday float before the homecoming parade near Cottonwood Creek Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. Many elementary schools participate in the parade to show off their school spirit. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

Valley Ranch Elementary students ride on their school’s happy birthday float before the homecoming parade near Cottonwood Creek Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. Many elementary schools participate in the parade to show off their school spirit. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

 Coppell High School senior Brooke Davidson stands next to her twin sister, senior Christina Davidson, before the homecoming parade Wednesday afternoon. Brooke was a nominee for homecoming queen, which was announced Rohina Aslam at the football game. Photo by Hannah Tucker.


Coppell High School senior Brooke Davidson stands next to her twin sister, senior Christina Davidson, before the homecoming parade Wednesday afternoon. Brooke was a nominee for homecoming queen, which was announced Rohina Aslam at the football game. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

 

The Coppell High School color guard prepares for step off at the homecoming parade near Cottonwood Creek Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. The color guard led the parade right after the homecoming court while spinning silvery flags. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

The Coppell High School color guard prepares for step off at the homecoming parade near Cottonwood Creek Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. The color guard led the parade right after the homecoming court while spinning silvery flags. Photo by Hannah Tucker.

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