At the Redwood Christian High School Homecoming Games and Court on Saturday, January 26, at Canyon Middle School, the 2013 Redwood Christian High School Homecoming Court was introduced to the school community and friends and family.
The Homecoming Court included Queen Katherine Burckin, King ChuoDi He, Senior Princesses Elina Rivera and Jennifer Wilson, Senior Princes Keaton Goodell and Chris Johnson, Junior Princess Gabrielle Juslin, Sophomore Princess Samantha Avolicino, and Freshmen Princess Haley Tang.
The Homecoming Court escorts and the cities of the Court represent the Bay Area and their King is from China, ChuoDi Hi is the first International Student in RCS history to be recognized to the position by his classmates. The Homecoming Court comes from seven cities: Castro Valley, Foster City, Hayward, Pleasanton, Richmond, San Leandro and San Lorenzo, and Chikan District, Zhanjiang, China!
Queen Katherine was escorted by her father, Mark Burckin, and lives in Castro Valley; King ChuoDi was escorted by his English teacher, Louise Magee, and lives with his host family in San Leandro; Senior Princess Elina was escorted by her mother, Liz Rivera, and lives in Hayward; Senior Princess Jennifer Wilson was escorted by her grandfather, Ed Draper, and lives in Pleasanton; Senior Prince Keaton Goodell was escorted by his mother, Cynthia Goodell, and lives in Foster City; Senior Prince Chris Johnson was escorted by his mother, Linda Johnson, and lives in Richmond; Junior Princess Gabrielle was escorted by her father, Neal Juslin, and lives in Hayward; Sophomore Princess Samantha was escorted by her father Michael Avolicino, and lives in San Lorenzo; and Freshmen Princess Haley Tang was escorted by her father, Richard Tang, and lives in San Leandro.
Homecoming Court (left to right): front row – Freshmen Princess Haley Tang, Sophomore Princess Samantha Avolicino, Junior Princess Gabrielle Juslin; back row – Senior Princess Elina Rivera, Senior Prince Chris Johnson, Queen Katherine Burckin, King ChuoDi He, Senior Princess Jennifer Wilson, and Senior Prince Keaton Goodell.