While COVID-19 restrictions prevented some of the traditional Homecoming events, like a pep rally and dance, from being held this year, OLSH students still enjoyed Spirit Week activities. As is tradition, students, faculty, and staff dressed in fun themes throughout the week including Neon Day, Nerd Day, Tie-Dye Day, Sports Day, and Extreme OLSH-wear Day. Student government handed out Spirit Week survival kits and the Advancement Team passed out a sweet treat at the end of the week.
Seniors voted for their classmates to serve on the Homecoming Court. The court included seniors Katie Cornetti, Savannah Hyatt, Emma Kenneweg, Ashley Minnis, Marissa Trocchio, Michael Archer, James Benke, Ryan Gehring, Michael King, and Finn Sweeney. The entire student body had the opportunity to participate in online voting for the 2020 Homecoming Queen and King.
Students were excited to get the news that fans were allowed to attend the home football game at Moon Stadium to cheer on the Chargers to a win against Union. At halftime, the homecoming court was introduced. Ryan Gehring and Emma Kenneweg were crowned the 2020 Homecoming King and Queen.