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2019 SHS Homecoming Court Announced

Springdale High School just announced the 2019 Homecoming Court. The Sophomore Maids are Avery Bowers and Emse Jackson. The Junior Maids are Kathy Manjarrez, Emely Barrientos, and Lily Brewer. The Senior Maids Daniella Najarro, Lilly Simmons, Melissa Hernadez, and Catherine Enriquez. Lastly, your 2019 Homecoming queen is Aileen Ortiz and Homecoming King is Rafael Gonzalez. The Homecoming Maids …

Read more → October 2, 2019 7:09pm
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