Wildcat Tales

Homecoming King nominee: Josh D’PenhaD’Souza

Alexis Harris, Staff Writer

October 9, 2012

Q: Were you campaigning for homecoming king? A: I campaigned to five people. I honestly wasn’t campaigning seriously, I was like, "It’s my senior year, I’ll just do it as a joke." I was like, “Hey, vote for me for Homecoming...

Homecoming Queen nominee: Kaitlyn Ayrton

JP Salazar, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2012

Q: What does homecoming mean to you? A: It means having fun with your friends and getting to do something special; it’s just not a normal day. Last year we went out to dinner and took professional pictures because one of...

Homecoming Queen nominee: Salsabil Rashid

Alexis Sendejas

October 8, 2012

Q: How do you plan on getting people to vote for you? A: I have a lot of friends that aren’t in cliques but are in different groups and organizations and I have talked to them, because a lot of them are leaders, and I have...

Homecoming King nominee: Lucas Friedberg

Myiah Jones, Staff Writer

October 8, 2012

Q:  If you could be anyone, who would you be and why? A: I would be Jesus because Jesus helps everyone; I mean He knew what he was doing. Having no doubts and  no regrets. Q: Why do you think being elected is important? A:...

Homecoming King nominee: Steve Thotakat

Brooke Combs, Staff Writer

October 8, 2012

Q: Did you ask people to nominate you? A: No, at first I wasn’t planning on going to homecoming to save money on prom. But then my friend told me she was going to nominate me for homecoming and then more and more people kept...

Homecoming King nominee: Billy Quach

Staff Writer

October 8, 2012

Q: What part of homecoming are you looking forward to the most? A: I’m looking forward to the parade and the dance. Q: What is your favorite Wildcat pride tradition? A: My favorite Wildcat tradition is marching around...

To buy or not to buy? Students discuss ordering mums versus making them

Ashley Gaudlip

October 6, 2011

     As students are preparing for homecoming, they are faced with the decision of buying a mum versus making one.      Students who may not consider themselves as creative, or who want to have a more professional looking...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Emily Lin

Yeesoo Lee, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

Q: Did you have any expectations to be nominated as Queen? A: Both my parents had high expectations of me, and they constantly asked me about it everyday. It has been my dream since third grade to be Homecoming Queen. Q: Do ...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Alyssa Yarrow

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: Were you expecting to be nominated for homecoming court? A: I wasn’t expecting it because there are so many girls in this school. I saw the crown, and I was shocked. Not a lot of people get to experience it. I think it...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Laura Gammon

Stephanie Jabri, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: How does being nominated make you feel? A: It makes feel happy and appreciative to go to a school like Plano that has so many awesome people. I’m really excited. I’m excited for the parade and the Homecoming game and every...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Emily Wornkey

Kimberly Mei, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: What would being Homecoming Queen mean to you? A: It would pretty much mean the whole world to me, because though I’m not in any sports I took this really seriously because I want to show that I’m a person in the school...

Homecoming King Nominee: Eric Kim

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: How does it feel being nominated for Homecoming King? A:  I am surprised, and it feels different. I didn’t think I was going to be elected because most people campaign for their selves. I didn’t want to force myself t...