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Page 72 text:
Junior Christina Kazarian
and Senior Nate Diger
take a break from dancing.
Many students went to
the dance with a date or
Senior Jackie LaPrevotte
dances with her date, a
guest, at the Homecom-
ing Dance. Many students
brought guests to the dance.
King and Queen Crowned on a Night to Shine
Under a chill in the air, students stood anxiously in line
to enter the gym, listening to the pounding bass while
waiting. The stars shone above, glistening off the whites of
their tickets as they gripped them.
On Fri. Oct. 27, 2000, students of all ages gathered in the
gym for the Homecoming Dance. The theme was "A Night to
Shine" and each student at the dance shone brightly, especially
those in the court. Seniors chose the nominees for the Home-
coming Court previously, then, during the week before the
dance, Seniors voted for a King and Queen among the list of
nominees in Homeroom.
The gym was decorated with balloons, stars, and tro-
phies to give the dance a Hollywood feel. The night began with
dancing to popular music by artists like Nelly and J ay-Z. Many
students danced in groups while others danced with a partner.
Students had the opportunity to take pictures in front of a
Hollywood or nightime background.
Halfway through the dance, the Homecoming Court's
Caitlin Kerney, Veronica Cantu, Eleanor Bautista,
Toni Russell, Audrey Abar, Greg Crosby, Jermaine
Sheppard, Joseph Nevin, Joseph Jayme, and Daniel
Caeeres waited with anticipation as the King and Queen
were about to be named. They stood in the darkened gym,
fingers crossed as a hush fell over the crowd.
Then the newly crowned King and Queen, Daniel
Caoeves and Toni Russell, said a few words and captivated
the entire gym as they danced to a slow song under a
sparkling spotlight. Students joined in and the dance was
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Juniors Tim Moriarty,
David Madden. and Tad
to stop and talk amongst
the hoards of students
around them. In some
cases, students joined
clubs in force numbers.
Mr. Krueger stops and
talks to Sophomores
Anna Tostanoski and
Teachers can bond
with students through
The SHCP lawn is cov-
ered by students and the
activity booths. The Fair
was blessed with good
weather,which helped add
to the giant turnout,
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HomecomingKing and Queen
Seniors Toni Russell and
Daniel Caceres pause to look
at the camera while dancing
under the spotlight. Other
students Watch, taking part
in the excitement.
Seniors Denise Castromayor,
Concepcion, Jacklyn Hu,
Regina Haugabook, Gino
Wong, and Catherine
Yan pose for the
most of the dance mov-
ing to the music.
King and Queen nominees
Veronica Cantu, Daniel
Caceres, Toni Russell, Audrey
Abar,Joseph Jayme, Joseph
Nevin, and Eleanor Bautista
pose for the camera
after the King and Queen
were announced. Seniors
voted for the King and
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