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?
A: “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?
A: “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?
A: “Junior year [I was] nominated. Sophomore [year] I was a sophomore duke.”
Q: Who/what inspired you to get involved in homecoming?
A: “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?
A: “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?
A: “I like that the whole community gets involved, not just the school. It’s everyone.”