Homecoming week was unlike any other, as the ceremony was moved outside—to Chauncey Martin Field.
The spacious track and football field, and bleachers, provided ample room for social distancing.
Crowned King and Queen were McHale Korf and Tatianna Wiley.
The entire 2020 Homecoming Court is pictured top.
9th Grade – Lizzy Moe escorted by Luke Sjolie,
Alli Jessen escorted by Timmy Guler
10th Grade – Zoe Kekaha escorted by Carter Johnson,
Alyssa Halbakken escorted by Daniel Diaz
11th Grade – Sophia Kulsrud escorted by Carson McNeal, Megan Peterson escorted by Jesus Moreno
12th Grade –
Hannah Richardson escorted by Justin VerDorn
Tatianna Wiley escorted by Logan Fahje
Anna Stephenson escorted by McHale Korf
A soccer double header, with both girls and boys in action Oct. 3 was among the highlights of homecoming week.
Korfs, late Sup. Richardson honored with Pelican High yearbook pages
The Pelican Rapids High School Yearbook staff went to press with the 2019-20 yearbooks—despite delays and deadline snags due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Faculty advisor Jill Roisum announced special features in the yearbook. Included are pages in ‘Loving Memory of Dr. Edwin R. Richardson’ who inspired students and staff with his passion for children and education. School Superintendent Richardson died in April, and the school staff and students found themselves overcoming both the coronavirus and the loss of a beloved superintendent. Kim and Kayla Richardson are pictured here, presented a bouquet by Jill Roisum, at the 2020 Homecoming coronation, held at the football field Sept. 29.
The 75th edition was also dedicated to Brian and Amy Korf for “their demonstrated leadership, hard work, and true dedication to the students and other staff members at Pelican Rapids High School.” The husband-wife team is highly visible at the School and in the community; Brian as superintendent, principal, and coach; and Amy as part of the teaching faculty.