OTHS Homecoming 2016

Homecoming Bash

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Homecoming Parade

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Homecoming Pep Rally

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Homecoming Game

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Homecoming Dance

Alex Orr and Aimee Stein were announced as the 2016 Homecoming king and queen at the high school's annual dance Saturday night. Alex James Orr is the son of Andre Orr and Andrea Armstrong. Orr is involved in varsity boys basketball, Blizzard, and Gold Rush Club. Outside of school Orr works for the O'Fallon Park District, where he referees sports and works at the sports park. He also volunteers for other youth sport activities such as OTHS Youth Basketball Camp. His favorite OTHS memory is when he scored the first point as a member of varsity basketball his freshman year. Orr said his prized possession is his hair because it is so luxurious. Aimee Nicole Stein is the daughter of Robert and Monica Stein. Stein is involved in Friends of Rachel Club, FCA, National Honor Society, and National Honors Spanish Society. Outside of school, Stein loves working out and coaches at Midwest Twisters. Stein's most prized possession is her collection of photos because once you lose them, its gone and the memory is gone with it. Her favorite memory is when the class of 2017 beat the seniors in tug of war.

Alex Orr and Aimee Stein were announced as the 2016 Homecoming king and queen at the high school’s annual dance Saturday night.
Alex James Orr is the son of Andre Orr and Andrea Armstrong. Orr is involved in varsity boys basketball, Blizzard, and Gold Rush Club. Outside of school Orr works for the O’Fallon Park District, where he referees sports and works at the sports park. He also volunteers for other youth sport activities such as OTHS Youth Basketball Camp. His favorite OTHS memory is when he scored the first point as a member of varsity basketball his freshman year. Orr said his prized possession is his hair because it is so luxurious.
Aimee Nicole Stein is the daughter of Robert and Monica Stein. Stein is involved in Friends of Rachel Club, FCA, National Honor Society, and National Honors Spanish Society. Outside of school, Stein loves working out and coaches at Midwest Twisters. Stein’s most prized possession is her collection of photos because once you lose them, its gone and the memory is gone with it. Her favorite memory is when the class of 2017 beat the seniors in tug of war.

(O’Fallon Weekly Photos by Jeff Egbert, Becca Jones-Scales, and Nick Miller)