Tuesday, Oct. 4, all students can vote for the male and female senior who they would like to see represent the school as the homecoming king and queen.
Those interested can vote during both lunches. Students will use their laptops to digitally vote. Student Government representatives will hang posters in the Freshman- Sophomore and Junior-Senior Cafeteria that display the specific information on how to vote.
Students chose homecoming court members through a nomination and voting process to represent their respective classes.
Members of homecoming court ride on convertibles during the homecoming parade and at halftime of the homecoming game on Oct. 7. Student Government Association presents the court to the crowd of onlookers. Homecoming court members also receive special recognition at the end of the Homecoming dance on Oct. 8.
Students from the freshman and sophomore class chose four students, two males and two females, to represent them in court. Junior class students chose six students and the senior class chose 10 students.
Sophomore Court: Wyatt Hoevanarr, Sarah O Mahony, Zoë Postlewait and Austin Wendling.
Freshman Court: Sean McCabe, Freddy Peña, Emma Thomas and Kendall Worden.
After all the presentations, Principal Dusty Johns and Morgan Smith, Class of 2016 Queen, will crown the Class of 2017 royalty winners.