Sandoval High School Celebrating "Old Hollywood" Homecoming Week
The Queen candidates this year are Maitlyn Neu, Brandi Starr, Mickayla Schulte, Brittany McDonald, and Miranda Murray. The King candidates are Caleb Carter, Brad Meskil, Brandon Skibinski, Nico Rodrique, and Daniel Hampsten. Junior attendant and escort are Beth Jennings and Jordan Johnson. Sophomore attendant and escort are Carley Morris and Garrett Bates. Freshman attendant and escort are Garrett Howell. The retiring King and Queen are Brett Little and Madison Crawford, the crown bearer was Hunter Horn and the Flower Girl was Kadence Parmely.
The program will include scenes from some of Hollywood's most classical cinema movies involving third through 12th graders. After the entertainment portion, the King and Queen will be crowned There will be refreshments in the cafeteria following coronation followed by a dance open to any alumni or students grades 7-12 until 10 pm.
The homecoming will begin at 6pm sharp on Saturday. Doors will open at 5pm. Due to limited parking, people are asked to carpool or take advantage the shuttle bus that will make stops at the elementary building, the Methodist Church and the St. Lawrence Catholic Church.
Advance tickets are on sale now at the high school, or from any member of the court for discount price. Adults are $5 and students are $4. Kids under 5 free. Tickets at the door are one dollar more.
Special dress up days this week at the high school include Pajama Day on Monday, Tacky Tourist Day on Tuesday Wednesday is Class Character Day, and Thursday is Senior Citizen Day.
At Sandoval Grade School, Monday is Senior Citizens Day, Tuesday is Character Day, Wednesday is Pajama Day and Thursday is Spirit Day where everyone is asked to dress in Black and Red to support the Blackhawks.
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