School notes for Sept. 18

09/17/2013 10:12 AM

09/17/2013 10:19 AM

Park Hill South High School

Homecoming candidates:

Students have been named to the 2013 Homecoming Court.

They are seniors Scott Cline, Claire Friedlund, Nick Griffith, KeeleyShaye Hill, Olivia Ortiz, Maddie Putnam, Samantha Roy, Chase Riekhof, CJ Whisnant and Blake Youngdahl.

Juniors are Griffin Buri, Elijah Patterson, Andrew Richards and Mackenzie Stout; sophomores, Carson Cavitt-Wells and Hannah Carlson; and freshmen, Bailee Hudson and Nathan Jurries.

The homecoming parade is held in conjunction with Riverside’s Riverfest on Saturday. The homecoming game is at 7 p.m. on Sept. 27.

Northland Christian School

School festival:

A night of family fun will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at the school, 4214 N.W. Cookingham Road in Kansas City, North.

Activities include a bungee jump tripod, carnival games, pony rides, miniature golf and a cake walk. Church youth bands from Harmony Vineyard and Antioch Bible Baptist will perform on stage.

Tickets are available at the door. For more information, call 816-548-2222 or visit www.northlandchristianed.com.

The school serves preschool through 12th-grade students.

Liberty North High School

Homecoming royalty:

Seniors have been elected to the 2013 Homecoming Court.

Queen candidates are Katelynn Downey, Montana Grizzle, Emily McFadden, Olivia Pennington and Emily Rhew.

King candidates are Wyatt Haywood, Nick Jenness, Raj Patel, Payton Reid and Luke Small. The students were selected by members of the senior class based on their leadership, school pride and involvement in Liberty North activities. The king and queen will be elected by the entire student body and announced during halftime Friday at Greene Stadium on the campus of William Jewell College.

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