St. John Neumann’s Homecoming Court under the Friday Night Lights

St. John Neumann High School celebrates their annual homecoming.
Homecoming King and Queen, Connor Shea and Kaleigh Kouloheras
Homecoming King and Queen, Connor Shea and Kaleigh Kouloheras
Judi Jneeld

St. John Neumann High School recently celebrated one of its yearly traditions, the homecoming dance. It was a very fun and exciting night, but you can’t have a homecoming dance without your Homecoming King and Queen, of course. Winning King or Queen is a great way to honor the senior’s outstanding leadership and involvement at St. John Neumann. 

Every year, specific students at Neumann are nominated to be voted for homecoming court. All of the students then vote on who they want to represent their grade. Members of this year’s homecoming court were Rae Donahue and David Carasco (freshmen court), Matilde Lanza and Terrence Calixte (sophomore court), Cassidy Marzucco and Carson Floyd (junior court), Kaleigh Kouloheras and Connor Shea (senior court), Mariella DeSimone and Mason Ceccarelli (senior court), Randy Olfus and Beata Blood (senior court), Gavin Lind and Kaiya Arilli (senior court). 

The court members walked down the track as they were introduced to the cheering crowd. With all eyes on them, It was a thrilling moment for those nominated. The winners of homecoming King and Queen were Kaleigh Kouloheras and Connor Shea. Kaleigh is one of our St. John Neumann cheerleaders, a member of Model UN, the editor of the St. John Neumann Yearbook, Key Club member, and she was awarded with the “Do the Right Thing” award. “Do the Right Thing,” is an award program through which the Collier County Sheriff’s Office recognizes kids who make good choices. Connor is a member of the Golf Team and Model UN. They both said they were very happy and grateful they won. They have been together for a long time, so it was a heartfelt moment and a special memory for their senior year. 

It was overall a very exciting night for all those nominated and will forever be remembered.

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