Prince Trevor Desamours
Q: What is it like being on the homecoming court during the current pandemic?
A: “It’s very exciting to be on the court even though we are in a pandemic. but I know all of the events can also get taken away.”
Q: What does being on the homecoming court mean to you?
A: “I’ve always wanted to do it, but I’ve never felt confident enough to actually run for it. I knew going into my senior year it was something I wanted to do.”
Q: How did you feel when you found out you were on the homecoming court?
A: “I was really surprised because I knew a lot of people wanted to run for it, but I didn’t think I was going to be one of the finalists. It’s exciting to see something like that happen.”
Q: Have you always wanted to be on homecoming court? Why or why not?
A: “I’ve thought about it since I was in middle school, but I thought people on the homecoming court were really popular. I didn’t know just anyone could join, so when I did join and saw my name on the list it was a huge achievement.”
Q: How has COVID-19 impacted your senior year so far?
A: “It’s very different this year because I don’t get to see many of my friends since some of them are doing virtual. Some of them are in person. It’s really sad because it is our last year and I’m not sure if I’ll see any of my friends again. COVID is scary but we need to keep fighting through it.”
Q: Despite the circumstances, how will you make the best out of your life senior year?
A: “I will take it slow and not rush every moment [I] get. Just being thankful for everything I have.”
Q: What are you most excited about regarding homecoming?
A: “I’m most excited for being on the homecoming court and hopefully having a dance. I’m also excited for senior sunrise. I’m glad we are still able to have that.”
Q: Who/what inspired you to get involved in homecoming?
A: “Being in Student Council really inspired me to get more involved in school. I knew my senior year I wanted to get involved in a bunch of stuff, and so I knew homecoming was one of those things I wanted to get involved in.”
Q: Throughout high school, what were you involved in? What was your favorite activity you were involved in and why?
A: “I’m involved in band, Student Council and National Honor Society. Band is my favorite because of the friends I made along the way. I know I’ll get to keep [in touch with them] throughout college.”
Q: What will you miss most about high school when you graduate?
A: “I’ll miss seeing friends and teachers every day since college is very independent. I know we will all be separated, but I know we will all get through.”