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Capital City High School will celebrate a "Haunted Homecoming" this week with a movie night, painting party, trivia night and spirit week.

CCHS students are invited to watch a spooky, fall-themed movie on a large inflatable screen on the school's soccer field Monday evening.

Cindy Schnieders, proprietor of ART 101 on Booneville, will lead a painting class Wednesday evening for students to create fall-themed paintings in the school cafeteria.

And on Thursday evening, students can form teams of three to play five rounds of trivia in the school cafeteria.

Spirit days will include "Class Colors Day," "Dead Tired Tuesday," "Wicked Wednesday," "Terrifying Twin Thursday" and "Flannel Friday."

There will be a home football game Oct. 23, but it is not an official homecoming game due to attendance limitations and other COVID-19 safety measures.

CCHS will not have a homecoming dance this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, and the school won't have a homecoming court until next year because it doesn't yet have seniors.

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