The upcoming weeks are very exciting ones for Cosumnes Oaks HS students.

Homecoming always is highly anticipated and students look forward to it all summer long. This year’s theme is "Battle of the Bands."

Royalty Voting:

Royalty voting is open from 7:30 am Monday September 3 until Thursday September 5 at 5:00 pm. The Royal Court has nine different student-selected members. Students will vote on the following members:

·        Royal Court (one per grade level)

·        Most Spirited Senior

·        Most Athletic (any grade)

·        Most Musical (any grade)

·        Most Likely to Make you Laugh (any grade)

·        Most Fashionable (any grade)

Students vote for their royalty court online at:


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Students may also visit the Activities Room during lunch on these days to vote as well.


Homecoming Spirit Rally:

We begin with our Royal Court Rally Friday September 6. The rally will kick off at 2:29 pm and will end about 3:13. Although this is an optional rally, students will all want to be there to enjoy the fun! School will officially dismiss at 2:24 pm; students who choose not to attend the rally are required to leave campus. Sorry, we cannot accommodate any visitors or parents due to the large number of students who come to the rally.


Float Construction:

Float construction will begin on September 3 and will end on September 12 after school between 3:30 and 7:00 pm.


Please contact the class advisors for specifics regarding times, dates, and location of construction:

Freshmen:    Mrs. Morelock in HP-7

Sophomores:    Ms. Haren/Ms. Gonzalez in HJ-5

Juniors:    Mrs. Corbin in HP-10

Seniors:    Ms. Wright in HG-3


Homecoming Spirit Week:

Our Annual Homecoming Spirit Week begins Monday September 9. Each day students dress according to the daily theme. All outfits must conform to the district dress code.


The dress up days are as follows:

Monday  Music Monday: Dress in your favorite concert t-shirt or other musical outfit.

Tuesday  Crayon Day: Dress like your favorite Crayola Crayon in one color.

Wednesday  Wacky Wednesday: Mismatched and clashing patterns and colors.

Thursday  Dynamic Duo Day: Pair up and dress with a friend to be the best duo ever.

Friday  Float Friday: Dress according to your class’ float band:

   Freshmen – The Jimi Hendrix Experience

   Sophomores – AC/DC

   Juniors – The Beatles

   Seniors – Queen 


Homecoming Parade & Game:

Friday September 13 is the Homecoming Parade and Game Day. All students can view the Homecoming Parade from the campus quad. The parade will begin at 2:29 pm and conclude around 3:13. Students are dismissed from class early to view the parade. Parents interested in viewing the parade should do so in front of the PAC next to the flagpole or in the student pickup area in front of the MP Room.


The normal pickup lane in front of the MP room will be closed until the conclusion of the parade. Wolfpack Lane will be closed southbound between the PAC and the library parking lot from 2:00-the end of the parade.


The Homecoming Game is against Pleasant Grove High School. Go Wolfpack! The varsity game will be held at Cosumnes Oaks starting at 7:15 pm. Admission to the game is $5 for students with ID and free for students with an ASB Card. ASB Stickers/Cards are $45 and provide students with tremendous discounts on dances, theater performances and athletic events. Parent and guest tickets are $7 each. During halftime, the winning float will be announced as well as the winners of the spirit week. Finally, the Royalty Court will be presented and the Homecoming King & Queen will be crowned.


Homecoming Dance:

The dance is the night of September 14. The dance is $15 w/ASB and $20 w/out ASB. Guest tickets (with an approved pass) are $20 w/ASB and $30 without ASB. The last chance to purchase tickets for the dance is Friday September 13 during both lunches. No tickets will be sold after school due to the parade. Tickets can be purchased immediately; don’t be left out because the lines get too long at lunch!! Start buying your tickets now.


Guest passes must be submitted to the Vice Principal’s office by Friday September 6. Students must have a current ID card for admission to the dance. NO EXCEPTONS! There are no “temporary” IDs sold at the dance and no refunds given for those without IDs. Your online Synergy screen does not work for scanning IDs, so make sure you have your physical ID with you. Guests must bring a Photo ID to the dance and must enter the dance with their student host. Guests arriving before or after their host will be turned away. Coat check will be provided at the dance in the Auxiliary Gym. 

Click here for a printable version of the Guest Pass Request Application. 

Please remember:

   The dance is from 7:00pm – 10:00 pm.

   You must have your school ID card to gain entrance to the dance. Your ID card is the only thing that validates a ticket has been purchased.

   No ID Card = No Entrance to the dance.

   No students will be admitted after 8:00pm. Students may not leave before 9:00 pm. Students MUST be picked up no later than 10:30pm or they will not be allowed to attend future dances or other ASB activities.

   Students may attend solo. You do not have to have a date. Even better, go with a group of friends.

   This dance is semi-formal. To be admitted:

                       No shorts, jeans/denim, t-shirts, or torn clothing.

                       Dresses must be fingertip length and may not be strapless (one shoulder strap is OK). Garments may not have cutouts or violate any dress code items addressed in the Student Handbook. 

   Inappropriate dancing (dirty dancing) is not allowed. Students who are caught with inappropriate dancing will be removed from the dance and not allowed to attend further dances this year.

   Any student who interferes with the actions of administration or staff in the performance of their duties will be exited from the dance and may not be permitted to attend any future dances. An example of this would be the use of whistles or other methods of distracting administration or staff.

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