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Titans are gearing up for Homecoming, Spirit Week

By Parker Ramey
For the Clemmons Courier

September is coming to a close and the Titans are starting to say hello to pumpkin spice and goodbye to the warm weather.

Along with fall comes the famous Titan football games. This week’s game will be at Parkland, and the Titans will pack the stadium representing their favorite teams with a jersey of their choice. The game will start at 7 p.m. and tickets $7.

The Titans have already voted for their new 2021-2022 Homecoming representatives and are on the edge of their seats awaiting the results. May the best Titan win! Spirit Week will be next week starting Monday, the themes in order are, Hawaiian, Pink Out, Sports Team, Tie-dye and finally Friday, Green and Gold. The homecoming game will be next Friday and will be against Glenn.

It’s time to honor 2022 seniors by buying a baby ad in the yearbook. The prices vary depending on the size you desire. To get discounted prices order by Oct. 1, the following day the prices will rise. The deadline is Oct.15, get more information and turn in your form on the West Forsyth homepage.

West would like to remind all parents and students that parking in the student lots or on campus without a student parking pass during the instructional school day is prohibited. Students who defy the rules put in place will be subject to a $10 fine and towing of their vehicle at the owner’s expense.

Along with the fun, the Titans are working hard and making this school year count! Most students have been doing very well wearing their masks and are asked to keep it up.

Parker Ramey is this year’s Titan Tattler.

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