Ste. Genevieve High School (SGHS) will celebrate homecoming the week of September 30 to October 4.
SGHS announced the members of the royal court for homecoming, along with details of the week’s activities, including the parade, football game and spirit days.
Female members of the court are: sophomore attendant Haley Clanton, daughter of Mike and Amy Clanton; junior attendant Addie Taylor, daughter of Paul and Dana Taylor; queen candidate Sierra Zerwig, daughter of Jason Zerwig and Janice Burns; queen candidate Jaida Greminger, daughter of Mark and Jesika Greminger; queen candidate Megan Schweigert, daughter of John Schweigert and Kim Brown; queen candidate Ella Reed, daughter of Kirk and Nicki Reed; queen candidate Julia McKlin, daughter of Mark and Athena McKlin; queen candidate Josie Geisner, daughter of Jeff and Jolene Geisner; freshman attendant Lani Yamnitz, daughter of Justin and Renee Yamnitz.
Male members of the court are sophomore attendant Vincent Wittu, son of Steven Wittu and Joselyn Rector; junior attendant Zachary Burr, son of Lisa and Kevin Burr; king candidate Evan Walker, son of Nick and Tara Walker; king candidate Bryce Trollinger, son of Wes and Stacy Trollinger; king candidate Alex DeRousse, son of Scott and Chris De-
Rousse; king candidate Austin Kuehn, son of Dale and Dena Kuehn; king candidate Logan Gegg, son of Chris and Sandra Gegg; king candidate Coy Briant Flieg, son of Jason and Julie Flieg; freshman attendant Aiden Boyer, son of Jason and Katie Boyer.
The theme for this year’s homecoming is “Big Cities.” For each class, the sub-themes follow:
- Rio: Freshmen
- New York: Sophomores
- Hollywood: Juniors
- Paris: Seniors
The schedule of events and activities for the week:
Monday, September 30
“Rainy Day” at SGHS.
Girls golf vs. Cape Girardeau Notre Dame and Jackson.
Volleyball at St. Vincent.
Junior varsity football vs. Park Hills Central.
Tuesday, October 1
“Rally for Reed Day.”
Volleyball vs. Potosi.
Freshmen football at Park Hills Central.
Girls golf at Cape Notre Dame.
Wednesday, October 2
“Big Cities Day” at SGHS. Classes will dress as their designated city.
Spirit rally at 6:30 p.m.
Powder puff football after spirit rally.
Thursday, October 3
“Wild West Day”
Volleyball at Farmington.
Friday, October 4
“Green and White Day” at SGHS.
Parade at 5 p.m.
Vocal booster barbecue from 4 to 6:30 p.m.
Reunion for classes of 1969, 1979, and 1994 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Peggy J. Johnson Gymnasium
Varsity football vs. Perryville at 7 p.m. with the Queen Coronation during halftime.
Saturday, October 5
Cross country at Cape Notre Dame.
Homecoming Dance from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the Peggy J. Johnson Gymnasium.
The parade is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. on Friday, October 4 from the student parking lot. Vehicles participating in the parade should be in the parking lot by 4 p.m., and riders in the parade should be present by 4:30 p.m. The parade route will follow Fifth to Washington, Washington to Main, Main to Merchant, Merchant to Third, Third to Market, Market to Fourth, Fourth to Washington, Washington to Fifth, and Fifth back to the student parking lot.
Saturday, October 5 will be the make-up date for the parade in case of inclement weather. If the parade has to be moved to this date, it will take place at 10 a.m.
All alumni classes and community organizations are invited to participate in the parade. Those groups who wish to participate can register by contacting the high school office by Tuesday, October 1. The contact is Shelly Dallas at 883-4500, extension 2103.
Along with this year’s court, class floats, marching bands, school and community organizations, the retiring Homecoming Queen, Miss Taylor Mathews from the Class of 2019, will be featured in the parade.
The homecoming dance will take place in the Peggy J. Johnson Gymnasium from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. The dance is semi-formal with gentlemen in ties (no jeans). The cost will be $10 per person.
(Information in a release from the Ste. Genevieve R-II School District.)