The annual May Fete tradition of dancing, queen's coronation and skits has returned to LOHS.

SUBMITTED PHOTO: COURTESY OF LOHS - The May Fete court and their attendants (from left): front row, Lauren Cooper, Danielle Smith, Katy Howells, Nora Kearns, Laura Ayre; second row, Jenny Kwon, Camryn Leland, Cami Dozois, Maranda Yob, Sophie Bauer; third row, Zack Willihnganz, Taylor Larson, Will Cohen, Forrest Johnson, Mitch Glad, Cole Mehaffey; and fourth row, Kevin Pataroque, Daniel Nsengimana, Cameron Black, Owen Kong.Danielle Smith was crowned queen May 19 at Lake Oswego High School's May Fete.

Smith received her crown during the multi-day event, which was themed "Netflix: Let's Watch Another One."

Activities director Chris Hill says all went well with the event, which features the coronation of the queen with her court and their male escorts in attendance, as well as a dance and skits.

"It's such a unique tradition that really tries to focus on all the great talent at our school," Hill says. "Everything from choreographed jazzercise dances, a battle to solve a

Rubiks cube the fastest, fencing, unicycling, drum solos, beat-boxing, juggling, ping


He adds that the LOHS staff also put on a skit with a "Glee" theme as a tribute for teacher Laura Paxson Kluthe, who will retire at the end of the year.

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