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Homecoming is September 21

August 30, 2018

The 2018 Homecoming candidates have been announced.  Queen candidates are Kensey Garrett, Kara Haselhorst, Maddie Johnson, and Faith Meitl. King candidates are Zac Corbett, Drew Juenemann, Aubrey Sporn, and Reegon Witt.

 

Homecoming week begins with spirit days and window decorating on Monday and ends with the football game against the St. Francis Indians and the homecoming dance on Friday. The dance will follow the game.

 

Thursday night, the classes will start decorating their floats at 6:30 p.m.  Then at 8:00, they will walk from the high school to the co-op for the bonfire.  Booster Club will be cooking hotdogs.

 


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The homecoming assembly will be Friday afternoon at 1:30 in the DCHS auditorium where the king and queen will both be crowned.  Speaking at the assembly will be the 10-Year Queen Heather (Ploussard) Martens, the Athlete of the Past Lucas Juenemann, and head football coach Joe Dreher. The flower girl will be Reagan Williby, daughter of Josh and Kari Williby, and the crown bearer will be Braden Ostmeyer, son of Matt and Kristy Ostmeyer.

The homecoming parade will follow the assembly at 2:30. The parade will feature the king and queen, candidates, the marching band, and class floats.

 

Half-time of the football game will feature the queen and her court and the DCHS band. The candidates will be escorted by the cross country team.

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