Were you a cheerleader at Galt High School in the last 100 years? Did you play football? Or the clarinet in the marching band?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, Amber Johnson wants to hear from you.
Galt High School alumni are starting to plan for the this year's weeklong Warrior Homecoming, as it will be the school's 100th year. The organized festivities will run from Sept. 26-30.
Special centennial committees have been formed to collect photos and other historic memorabilia of Galt High. Planners are also looking for ideas to celebrate the week.
Meanwhile, alumni are currently scanning old photos from the school's annuals from 1918-1940, according to interim school principal Maria Orr.
Earlier this week, one of the daughters of a Class of 1937 graduate brought a red-and-white bedspread that she made in home economics that depicts the school.
"We also have the (property) deeds for GHS and other interesting memorabilia," Orr said in an email.
Although the school year hasn't yet started, Superintendent Daisy Lee is excited to be part of Galt High's centennial year.
"It is an absolute honor to be able to celebrate the centennial with the GHS students, staff, parents and community," she said. "I feel privileged to be a part of the rich culture, history and tradition of GHS."
The 100th class started school Wednesday.
Lee is unaware of many schools in the area that have reached the same 100-year milestone.
Organizers are still looking for alumni cheerleaders, football players and band members to participate in the weeklong festivities. Cheerleaders should contact Johnson at 650-787-4692. All other alumni should contact Clara Miller at email@example.com for more information or to volunteer.
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