The homecoming queen will be crowned during half-time of the Homecoming Game against Randolph-Clay.
September 17, 2021
The homecoming dance will be Saturday, September 18th from 7-11 in the CHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $10 per person at the door. If you wish to invite a guest who does not attend Cook High School, this guest must have a waiver completed and returned before purchasing the tickets at the door. The waiver includes signatures from the guest’s school and the guest must provide a picture ID for entry. The waiver forms can be downloaded from the CHS website or picked up at the front office until the end of school on Thursday, September 16.
No guest under 9th grade is permitted and no guest OVER 20 is permitted to attend this dance.
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HOW STUDENTS VOTE
- Students must click on the link below to vote and be logged into his/her STUDENT EMAIL in order to cast his/her vote
- The selection committee will kick out any fraudulent or duplicate votes (students can only vote once and by using their student email)
- Runoffs will happen EVERY DAY this week until the finalists are determined for each class.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE
- The court will need to meet with Mrs. Pitts, via Google meet, Wednesday, September 8 at
- The representatives will get more information via the student's SCHOOL EMAIL as soon as the final court is selected.
HOMECOMING COURT SELECTION PROCESS OF ATTENDANTS/REPRESENTATIVES/
1. FIRST BALLOT FOR ELECTION: Each grade will be given a list of eligible girls from their class. The class members will vote by selecting the name of ONE candidate from their class list.
2. SECOND BALLOT FOR ELECTION: Run-off ballots will then be prepared, listing up to eight names of those receiving the largest number of votes. The election committee, depending on where a natural break falls will decide the actual number on the run-off ballot. For instance, if four girls receive more than twenty votes, and the fifth receives six, there should only be four on the ballot. If there is a tie, it is permissible to have nine or more.
3. CLASSIFICATION FOR UNDERCLASSMEN: Each class member will vote for one girl. In the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades, the one who receives the most votes in the run-off will be named class attendant and the first and second runners-up will be named class representatives.
4. CLASSIFICATION FOR SENIORS: As with the other classes, the senior class run-off ballot may list up to eight names of those receiving the highest number of votes. From this run-off ballot, five homecoming queen candidates will be named. There will be ONE homecoming queen and she must be a senior.
5. FINAL ELECTION: The entire school will vote on these five homecoming queen candidates prior to the homecoming game. This vote will be conducted during the week of homecoming on the specified date.
AtThe Homecoming Court consists 14 young ladies
selected by their classmates