By Amelia Biscardi,
Many Davis High students met at the North Gym for the Homecoming dance on Saturday, Oct. 10. It was from 7-10 p.m. and was semi-formal.
The stands were pushed back and there were blue lights that gave the dance a unique look. Several large guitars and other music-themed decorations adorned various parts of the gym.
“This is not the most interesting experience you will have in high school, but it is fascinating to witness the metamorphosis of normally dressed people to ideal versions of themselves,” senior Gabriella Metelits said.
One of the things that was a bit of a surprise was that those who were wearing heels were asked to remove them. The reasoning behind this was to protect the floor from getting scratched up.
“I think it’s fun. I think it’s energetic. All my friends have dates except for me so I’m like alone,” sophomore Tara Thomas said.
A little before 9:30 p.m., many students joined a Conga line to the song, “Country Girl Shake It For Me” by Luke Bryan.
“We don’t have this kind of dances in my school in Chile. We don’t have formal dances,” junior and foreign exchange student Francisca Ramirez said.