RVHS crowns homecoming king and queen

| September 15, 2020

River View wasn’t able to hold a homecoming dance but still held activities during the school week and crowned its new king and queen before the football game on Sept. 11. Receiving the honors were Andrew Ireland and Carolyn Cox. “My grandmother was the first homecoming queen here,” Cox said. “This is so awesome. We talked about how cool it would be to see it happened. I’m super excited.” Her grandmother, Diane Cox, who earned the same title in fall 1965, was able to attend the ceremony. “I’m pretty excited,” Diane Cox said. “I’m really proud of her.” Ireland also was excited to receive his honor and glad the school let them hold the ceremony. “It’s exciting and crazy,” he said. “I’m glad we have the opportunity to do this, especially since it’s our senior year.” The homecoming court ceremony and week full of activities were organized by River View’s student council.

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