Noli celebrates homecoming

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The sixth-grade class from Noli Indian School placed first in the homecoming parade float contest for its elaborate “Coco” depiction. Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians photo
It took weeks of designing and planning for the final display of floats to be ready for the Noli Indian School Homecoming Parade, Nov. 1. Students in grades six through 12 each made a float to match this year’s fairy tale theme. The Soboba Tribal Preschool joined in with their interpretation of “Little Red Riding Hood.” “Our parent committee did everything,” preschool director Dianne King said. “They even made their own Instagram page for this.” One of the parents made 3D flowers and a grandmother to one of the students made and donated balloon “trees” to replicate the forest from the story. Stephanie Guacheno has been on the committee for the past eight years, since her first child attended the school. “The kids had a lot of fun and riding on the float gives t
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