Life Skills teacher Jordan Stray, left, stands with Tumwater High School senior Noah Otto, right, who was crowned homecoming king during Friday night’s game by fellow student and brief homecoming king-elect Kyle Summers. “They put the sash over me, and I turned to one of my friends and I was like ‘I really want this to go to Noah,’ ” Summers said.
Life Skills teacher Jordan Stray, left, stands with Tumwater High School senior Noah Otto, right, who was crowned homecoming king during Friday night’s game by fellow student and brief homecoming king-elect Kyle Summers. “They put the sash over me, and I turned to one of my friends and I was like ‘I really want this to go to Noah,’ ” Summers said. Courtesy Jeff Broome
Life Skills teacher Jordan Stray, left, stands with Tumwater High School senior Noah Otto, right, who was crowned homecoming king during Friday night’s game by fellow student and brief homecoming king-elect Kyle Summers. “They put the sash over me, and I turned to one of my friends and I was like ‘I really want this to go to Noah,’ ” Summers said. Courtesy Jeff Broome

Tumwater’s homecoming king passes crown to Life Skills student

October 18, 2015 10:04 AM

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