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Presenting Rye High School’s 2020 Prom King and Queen
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Throughout the past weeks, our lives have changed in more ways than imaginable. Even the things we still continue to do have to be done a little differently. It is comforting when we come across something “regular.” Even through the challenges, Rye High School has still nominated a prom king and queen. Kyle Freeburg is Rye’s 2020 Prom King and Hannah Bradford is the Prom Queen. They had interesting feedback on what it is like to be the Prom Royalty members.

When asked what their feelings were about the “election”, Freeburg said that it is certainly an odd feeling, and he just hopes there can be regular proms again in the future. Bradford is very thankful that she was still able to run as a candidate.

For their future plans, Freeburg hopes to attend the South Dakota School of Mines and have a career in biomedical engineering. Bradford wishes to attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She then hopes to major in Early Childhood Education and have a job teaching English in Europe/Asia.

As most Rye students know, high school is full of everlasting memories. Freeburg’s favorite memory was at last year’s prom. He took a mannequin to the dance and everybody wanted to dance with it. Bradford was a cheerleader throughout her time at Rye and she says that her favorite memory was the first game she cheered at.

If they were able to change one thing about the world right now, Freeburg would make access to Wi-Fi and computers much easier. He adds, “computers are super important to today’s society, and we don’t do enough to ensure access or education with them.” Bradford would see her friends and family.

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