Homecoming week is underway this week at Salem Community High School with the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen set to take place at half-time of Friday night’s football
The homecoming Queen candidates this year are Ellie Bunnell, Chloe Harness, and Delaney Kell. The homecoming King candidates are Julian Huggins, Logan Rubin, and Griffin Snodsmith. The new King and Queen will be crowned by outgoing homecoming King and Queen Jake Hope and Dusk Donoho.
The freshman homecoming attendant and escort are Miranda Podergois and Max Ambuehl. Sophomore homecoming attendant and escort are Kenadie Hancock and Gage Eddings. Junior attendant and escort are Kailey Brubaker and Brayden Smith.
Homecoming activities have been underway at Salem Community High School all week. The week began on Tuesday with Denim Days where students also wore Red in memory of Franklin Park student Wesley “Wheels” Hunter who died in a side-by-side accident last Friday. Wednesday was Class Clash day with each class wearing a different color. Thursday is twin day as you dress like another person. Friday is Spirit Day leading up to Friday’s football game.
There will be no Homecoming Dance this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. Homecoming is normally held in the fall but moved this year along with the football season to spring.