Joplin, Mo. — Joplin High School will again host our Joplin High School Homecoming parade Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm. 

Joplin News First broadcast the entire parade for everyone to enjoy. It began with the presentation of colors from the Joplin High School JROTC and nearly 100 marched along in uniform. Followed by the Grand Marshal, Betty Smith, a 1947 graduate of Lincoln High School.

Sports teams from the school were represented including; golf, swimming, soccer and of course football. National Honor Society showcased with a float. The Cartoonist Club participated as well as the homecoming candidates and attendants were driven down Main.

The parade is a long-standing tradition that was brought back in the fall of 2019 and canceled last year due to COVID. The parade route will be in downtown Joplin on Main Street and run from North to South from 3rd & Main to 7th & Main and feature JHS participants and floats.

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