Dog Pound

Dog Pound is the name for the student section at Crestview High School athletic events.  Being part of Dog Pound has become a tradition for CHS students.  To join, see Mrs. Stokes (Room 110) or Ms. Jackson (Room 101) or print a membership form (below) and return the form and $25 club dues to Mrs. Stokes or Ms. Jackson.   Being in Dog Pound is the most fun part of the high school experience.  Students, come out and support your teams and make memories that will last a lifetime!

The Dog Pound 2019 – 2020 officers are:

Sponsor:  Mrs. Stokes & Ms. Jackson 

2019-2020 Dog Pound Football Game-Day Themes 2019 

All outfits/costumes must follow dress code.

No full face paint, maks, or toy weapons of any kind with costumes.

August 9                   Meet the Bulldogs  (home)                     CHS Spirit wear

August 23                 CHS vs Vernon      (home)                       Patriotic

August 30                 CHS vs Escambia  (away)                       Athletes vs Mathletes

Sept. 6                       CHS vs Godby       (home)                      Sci-Fi

Sept. 13                    CHS vs Niceville    (home)                       Blackout

Sept. 20                    CHS vs Tate           (away)                        Neon

Sept. 27                    CHS vs Chiles       (home)                         Gamers

Oct. 4                        CHS vs Leon         (away)                         Pinkout

Oct. 18                      CHS vs Lincoln     (home)                         Red/White (*HOCO)

Oct. 25                      CHS vs Navarre    (away)                         Superheroes

Nov. 1                        CHS vs Madison   (away)                         Musicians


Seniors & Sophomores wear RED

Juniors & Freshmen wear WHITE

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View the Dog Pound By Laws for more information. Print and complete the Dog Pound Membership Form to join.

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