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Snowcoming, also known as  “the fourth homecoming,” took place on Feb. 8 in Canton High School’s cafeteria. Students from all four academic years could attend. Snowcoming is considered the “last hoorah” to many seniors who attend since the individual schools’  homecomings are back-to-back in the fall when the school year starts.

Snowcoming has been a P-CEP tradition for years longer than staff can remember. The dance has traditionally been a Sadie Hawkins dance, where girls ask the boys to the dance. If there is proof of a Snowcoming proposal, attendees can get a $5 discount on their tickets. This year’s dance, like previous years, upheld that same tradition.

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