Emily Kern and Jackson Meyer will reign over homecoming week.
The two were crowned king and queen on Monday morning in a coronation ceremony in the school auditorium.
The week features dress-up days. Today the elementary donned pajamas while the high school wore USA gear. Tuesday is inside-out/backwards dress for the elementary and preppy for the high school. Wednesday is wacky hair and socks for the elementary and neon for the high school. Thursday is class colors for all. Friday is anything showing Clipper spirit.
Volleyball is in Lake Crystal on Tuesday, and football is vs Alden-Conger/Glenville-Emmons on Friday.
A parade through town is scheduled for 2:00 on Friday. It will start in front of the school and then turn west on Broadway toward downtown.
The 2021 Cleveland homecoming court is, second-grade attendant Paxton Kluntz, king candidate Jacob Anderley, queen candidate Taylin Gosch, king Jackson Meyer, queen Emily Kern, king candidate Carter Dylla, queen candidate Allison Jindra, emcee Kolby Gens, emcee Maddy Steen and second-grade attendant Addyson Hoffman.
Student council member Sarena Remiger crowns Emily Kern homecoming queen. Kern comes from a stock of homecoming royalty. Grandmother Bonnie Kern was the 1964 Waseca homecoming queen. Grandfather Glen O’Connor was a king candidate at Mapleton. Mom Becky was a queen candidate at CHS. At left are candidates Taylin Gosch and Allison Jindra.
Student council member Henry Strobel crowns Jackson Meyer homecoming king. At left are candidates Jacob Anderley and Carter Dylla.
Kern’s father Rich frames the new king and queen. Student Council member Hailey Plonsky made the frame.