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Homecoming king and queen announced

Kerr's annual Homecoming dance was hosted on November 3, 2017. Continuing the Homecoming tradition, the student body nominated then voted for the following nominees for Homecoming court: Edison Huynh and Annie Ngo, Tu Nguyen and Vui Tran, Abel Bunn and Vivian Vu, and Ariel Amaya and Thuy Luong. Voting ended November 2 and the Homecoming King and Queen were announced at the dance. Tu Nguyen a…

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