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New toy drive for needy kids part of Sierra homecoming
Sierra High juniors are collecting new toys for needy kids as part of their homecoming float effort. - photo by Photo Contributed

Sierra High’s Class of 2014 will be putting a special twist on homecoming this Friday.

With a Pixar theme for the entire school, the juniors have chosen “Toy Story” to express their class spirit.  On Sept. 28, they will be displaying their float at Sierra High’s Daniel Teicheira Stadium. 

They will be collecting new toys to fill their “Toy Story” box and then donating the toys to Raymus House at Christmas. Donations of new toys can be brought to the homecoming game against East Union High on Friday, Sept. 28. If you can’t make it to the game you can drop your donations off at the Sierra High office. 

Homecoming week themes include:

TODAY: “The Incredibles” dress up day as super heroes.

TUESDAY: “Finding Nemo” dress up day for the beach, sparkles, and swim gear.

WEDNESDAY: “Toy Story” dress up day as cowboy, space alien or soldier.

THURSDAY: “Up” dress up day as old people, safari, Boy Scout, and villain.

FRIDAY: “Monsters” dress up day in school colors.

For more information contact Lawrence Silveira at or Natalie Griffin at