Pictures of Homecoming assembly and parade
Homecoming Week was a week of fun -- dressing up in crazy outfits, decorating hallways, building floats, and making memories. The week culminated with the crowing of Breckyn Jensen as the 2021 Homecoming Queen, Bryce Peter as the Homecoming King, and a decisive win for the football team over Stockton.
This year’s homecoming candidates were Breckyn Jensen, daughter of Jen Schissler and Chad Jensen; Breckyn Sauvage, son of Nicole and Justin Sauvage; Jacie Fortin, daughter of Erica and Daren Fortin; Bryce Peter, son of Denae Salem and Tom Peter; Morgan Ketterl, daughter of Jay and Annetta Ketterl; Reece Grafel, son of Greg and Amanda Grafel; Riley Ketterl, daughter of Jay and Annetta Ketterl; and Logan Koger, son of Brian Koger and Melissa Franklin.
Speaking at the assembly was the ten-year queen Samantha (Anderson) Lachey, the athlete of the past Channing Fortin, and head football coach Brandon Hardwick.
The flower girl was Brynn Wahlmeier, daughter of Nick and Kerri Wahlmeier, and the crown bearer was Casey Peters, son of assistant football coach Tony Peters and Brenda Coryell. The emcee for the assembly was Student Council President Brynna Addleman.
THE SOPHOMORES WON THE HALLWAY DECORATING CONTEST. The theme this year was board games, and they chose the game “Clue.” Their hall was interactive with participants guessing the suspect and the weapon.
The juniors were second in the hallway contest with the game Risk, and the seniors came in 3rd with Operation. The freshmen chose Battleship for their hallway. The junior high students also decorated hallways this year. The 8th graders chose Monopoly, while the 7th graders chose Candy Land.
This year’s float theme was Around the World, with each class choosing a city. The seniors chose Honolulu and won first place. The juniors were second with their New York City float, and the sophomores were third with Rome. The freshmen chose Las Vegas.
The juniors won the Spirit Day competition, winning Daycare vs. Nursing Home and Throwback Thursday and placing second in Country vs. Country Club and Mathlete vs. Athlete.
For Daycare vs. Nursing Home, students could dress up as babies/toddlers or old people. For Throwback Thursday, each class was supposed to dress in attire from a certain decade: seniors – 19902, juniors – 1980s, sophomores – 1970s, and freshmen – 1960s. The freshmen placed second behind the juniors for Daycare/Nursing Home Day and Throwback Thursday, but they won Country vs. Country Club. Students could dress as cowboys/farmers or tennis or golf players.
The sophomores won Mathlete vs. Athlete. Students could dress as athletes or nerds.
Ending the fun week was the dance, which took place after the football game. Full Throttle provided the music.