Our Stallion Band and Colorguard was featured as the beginning band to start the Main Street Parade. They played "It's A Small World" and "The Mickey Mouse March" under the sparkling lights in front of thousands of spectators.
Congratulations to our 2014 Homecoming Underclassmen Court and Senior Court
Congratulations to our Club and Class Winners from our Homecoming Float
Homecoming Football Game vs. Sanger High - kickoff begins at 7:30pm, but don't miss out on all of the pre-game festivities including Grand Marshal Presentation, Spirit Walk with over 18 clubs and Madera Parachute Skydiver bringing in the game ball. Half time will feature underclassmen winners, school flash mob performance, crowning of king and queen and stallion honorary teachers. During the third quarter, the winner of the sofa stallion will be announced
Homecoming Parade is Friday, October 10th from 1:30-2:00
MADERA SOUTH HIGH HOMECOMING PARADE
Floats will line up on Eastbound Olive and head to Stadium Road prior to start of parade. Official parade start is Stadium at Maple Ave. . We will travel southbound on Stadium Road. Westbound Pecan to school Ag gate and then parade will exit southbound on Pine Street. Our parade will be the biggest and will feature stallion horses, over 25 floats including purple pyramid school floats, a big city taxi limo with our city council member heroes, antique fire trucks, our homecoming court candidates and our award winning band & color guard.
Diana Garcia, Chano Arreguin, Mayra Reyes, Virat Kang, Yessenia Maciel, Wesley Sorenson, Kenia Rivera , Josh Johnson
SENIOR HOMECOMING COURT
PRESENTING OUR 2014 HOMECOMING GRAND MARSHAL
Robert Chavez has dedicated his life to education for over 20 years. Mr. Chavez began his career with Madera Unified School District as a principal at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School. During his time at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, Mr. Chavez worked with the school community to build a family focused on learning and achievement. He was soon recognized for his instructional leadership capabilities and was promoted to Chief Academic Officer. During his tenure as Chief Academic Officer, Mr. Chavez has been involved in nearly every facet of community and school relations. He has been directly involved with curriculum and instruction, superintendent’s cabinet, sports and performing arts, Career School advancement, and the development of after school program. Most importantly, Mr. Chavez has mentored and teamed with teachers, principals, district administrators and community to ensure the best possible education for the children of Madera. Being part of the Madera community, Mr. Chavez was part of the Rotary Club, clothes and canned foods drives, community clean ups, coats for kids, and toys for tots. Mr. Chavez has always shown a commitment to the schools community and most importantly the children of the city of Madera.