A proposed calendar for the 2014-15 school year would have Dickson County and Creek Wood high schools celebrating their football homecoming games on the same night for the first time since the second school opened 12 years ago. Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks told school board members Thursday night that the proposal came from the administrators and athletic department staffs at both schools. Weeks said the school system is still accepting public input on preparing the next school year calendar and he was not ready to make a final recommendation, but he presented board members a preliminary draft. The proposal has school starting Friday, Aug. 1, and ending with a half day on Saturday, May 23. There are few changes from the current year calendar, with a two-week fall break in October, one-week spring break in March, three days for Thanksgiving, two weeks off at Christmas, the usual holidays and a full day off for parent-teacher conferences. Creek Wood’s graduation would be Thursday, May 14, and Dickson County’s on Friday, May 15, 2015. The biggest change would be the half day of school for the high schools’ homecomings both being scheduled for Friday, Sept. 26. Traditionally, each high school and its feeder schools would dismiss after half a day on different days for homecoming. But Weeks said administrators from the high schools jointly proposed holding homecomings on the same day, which would make the half-day system-wide. Both schools would hold their pep rallies, parades, coronations and play their homecoming football games on Sept. 26. Weeks said the school system is still accepting comments and input for the 2014-15 calendar by email at firstname.lastname@example.org through Dec. 3 and he hopes to have a final recommendation for the board next month.