Next week is Homecoming week at Sulphur Springs High School. Sixteen Homecoming nominees, who are hoping to be selected as Homecoming queen, have been chosen by the high school student body. High School Assistant Principal Vanessa Abron coordinates Homecoming activities and she says this is the largest Homecoming court that she can recall since she got involved with Homecoming back in 1998.
The nominees are Alyssa Abron, Karlee Adams, Makenzie Alexander, Allie Avery, Gracie Boyer, Vanessa Diosdado, Hannah Dixon, N’sya Dugan, Aubrey Faulks, Anden Hammack, Maggie McGlamery, Jacie McKinney, Kate Potts, Anna Sapaugh, Imani Taylor and Mieke VanBenthem. The nominees will have interviews with news media members next Tuesday morning at around 10:35 a.m. Interviews and pictures of the homecoming court will be available next week on KSST, ksstradio.com, and Suddenlink Cable Channel 18. Wednesday morning, September 13 at 7:30 a.m. before school, they will have a practice at the indoor facility. They will be at a Homecoming Pep Rally Friday afternoon at around 3 p.m. on September 15.
Also on Friday evening, September 15, pre-game activities will begin at 6:40 p.m. for the Homecoming court. Homecoming princesses and the queen will be named. The Wildcats will be playing Paris on Friday night, September 15.