Valerie Benzinger

Senior prince Luke Halter rides in the homecoming parade with senior princess Kayla Rios.

Senior prince Luke Halter

Q: What homecoming tradition are you most excited for and why?

A: “The parade and the football game [because] the parade is always fun. I’ve been going there since I was a kid. It represents all different clubs since all the schools are there, so it’s always been one of my favorites.”

Q: Have you always wanted to be on homecoming court? Why or why not?
“Actually, you know it’s not always something to work for. Yes, it’s a full added bonus but I just like enjoying it. I really don’t care all that much about it.”

Q: How does it feel to be nominated as homecoming prince?
“It’s an honor. I mean, it doesn’t happen for everyone. None of my brothers have ever gotten it. I feel really honored that I got the chance to do it.”

Q: Have you been nominated in previous years? If so, what was that like?
“Junior year [I was] nominated. Sophomore [year] I was a sophomore duke.”

Q: Who/what inspired you to get involved in homecoming?
“I would probably say Mrs. Stamey. Mrs. Stamey is always pushing for school service. She’s always helping the school [and] the community, so I would probably say she inspired me.”

Q: Do you feel that this homecoming is different than previous years? Why or why not?
“This is my senior year homecoming and it’s very special to me since it’s the last one.”

Q: What do you like about the homecoming traditions?
“I like that the whole community gets involved, not just the school. It’s everyone.”

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