2021 St. Peter High School Homecoming Candidates

The 2021 St. Peter High School Homecoming King and Queen candidates include, front row from left to right: Cooper Dean, David Zhang, Marwan Abdi, Brogan Hanson and Shea Hildebrandt; back row: Grace Remmert, Ryenne Pettis, Eva Kracht, Sky Gassman and Eleanor Winterfeldt. (Photo courtesy of Kurt Hildebrandt)

St. Peter High School will celebrate Homecoming 2021 the week of Sept. 20-24 with a full slate of events/activities planned by the SPHS Student Council.

This year’s coronation/crowning of the Queen and King will take place on Friday, Sept. 24 at halftime of the Saints football game vs. Jordan at Floyd B. Johnson Field, with the annual dance set for Saturday evening at SPHS. Plans are also being finalized for the annual Homecoming Carnival, where students will be able to participate in games and activities.

More details will be shared on the dance starting time and Carnival festivities as they become available.

The Homecoming Parade returns this year after a one-year hiatus, due to the pandemic, and is set for Friday, Sept. 24th, at 3:30 p.m. The route will start on Broadway Avenue on the north side of St. Peter Middle School/Early Childhood Center campus and head south to Third Street, where the parade units will take a right and travel until the Grace Street intersection. There the parade route turns right again and heads west on Grace Street, eventually ending by the Middle School.

2021 SPHS Homecoming dress up days

Monday, Sept. 20 — Adam Sandler Day; Tuesday, Sept. 21 — Skater vs. Cowgirl(boy) Day; Wednesday, Sept. 22 — Jersey/Sport Day; Thursday, Sept. 23 — Generation Day; Friday, Sept. 24 — Saints Day.

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