NDHS and C-SD celebrate Fall Fest

Submitted photo/DCPS, Valerie Goff
Justice Jensen is 2020 NDHS Homecoming Queen.

DORCHESTER — North Dorchester and Cambridge-South Dorchester High School both participated in Fall Fest during the week leading to Thanksgiving break, giving students a chance to show their school spirit in the virtual environment.
A highlight of the event was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen and King and their courts at each school.

C-SD’s Homecoming Queen is Tatyana Dugars and King is Ve’Jon Ashley. Runners-up at C-SD were John Henry, Alexus Spriggs, Donald Banks, and Lexi Schwarz.

Justice Jensen was crowned Homecoming Queen at NDHS, and Kai Palmer is King. NDHS runners-up were Daveion Pittman, Devin Lord, Seth Mackert, Erin Riggin, and Brooke Brohawn.
Homecoming Princesses and Princes at C-SD were Juniors Sa’Mara Spriggs and Jaden Evans; Sophomores Gretchen Richardson and Talan Middleton; and Freshmen Kahleah Skinner, and Aaron Evans.

NDHS Princesses and Princes were Juniors LaMesha Crumble and Jaime Fonseca Gonzalez; Sophomores Jasmine Beasley and Adrian Todd; and Freshmen Hope Lane and Connor Bennett.
Other spirit-raising activities included the Fall Fest Art Contest, voting for the member of staff to receive a pie-in-the-face, spirit dress days, and classes competing for the privilege of having the administrator representing their year kiss a pig.

Fatima Kaleem won the art contest at NDHS; Hayden Edgar was C-SD’s winning artist. Teacher Mr. Wilson was the pie target and NDHS; at C-SD those ‘pied’ were teachers Ms. Carney, Mr. Dorrenbacher, and Mr. Romano. And the lucky pig-smoochers were NDHS Assistant Principal Ms. Bowers and C-SD Assistant Principal Ms. Mullen.