Homecoming 2022

Kearsley Community Schools

Homecoming week is October 3-7

This years Homecoming theme is Medieval Nights!

October 3: PowderPuff Freshmen v. Juniors at 5:30 and Sophomores v. Seniors at 7:00

October 5: PowderPuff Championship 1:00

October 7: Homecoming Parade 5:00 (begins at Paro)

  • Tailgate Party 5:30-7:00
  • Football game at 7:00

**Parade participants must be to Armstrong Middle School by 4:30pm to be bussed to Paro for the parade. The Homecoming Court should arrive to Paro by 4:00pm and Genesee Road will begin shutting down around 4:50pm.**

Homecoming Spirit Days

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2022 Homecoming Court

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2022 Powder Puff Court

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2022 Homecoming Grand Marshals

Jane Turton

Jane Turton was hired as an English teacher at Kearsley High School in 2000. Not only did she make a lasting impact on students and colleagues, but Jane served the High School in several capacities outside of her classroom as well. Over her career at Kearsley, Jane was a Student Council Advisor, on the National Honor Society Nomination Committee, volunteered for the Homecoming Committee, and taught SAT Preparation sessions. Jane retired last June after teaching for 22 years at Kearsley High School. Since her retirement, Jane enjoys visiting her children (Kearsley graduates) and grandchildren, walking her dog, and getting to sleep in!

Kari Shaw

Kari Shaw has been a Kearsley Hornet her whole life. Her mother was a music teacher here for 21 years. Kari attended Buffey Elementary, George Daly Junior High, and Kearsley High School, graduating in 1981. She started teaching at Kearsley High School in 1987 and retired in 2021 after 34 years in the classroom. Over the years she taught Theater, Creative Writing, English 9, English 11, Senior English, and AP Literature and Composition. She was the yearbook adviser for her entire career. She also served as Language Arts Department Chair for 30 years. Since her “official retirement” she has enjoyed spending time with her boys (Kearsley graduates), reading, writing, substitute teaching at the high school, and traveling both in the United States and abroad.
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