Coronation 2019

Annual PTO Valentine’s Day Coronation
Posted on 02/26/2019
First graders Malori Morandi and Chadrick Joehrs are crowned.

Eugene Field’s seventh annual Valentine King and Queen Coronation was celebrated on Thursday, Feb. 14, generating $850 for the elementary school’s activity fund. 

Students of each class selected a king and a queen based on the characteristic of kindness, then a grade level winner was named for raising the most money for the Parent Teacher Organization. 

Classroom royalty from the first, second and third grades were honored during a ceremony held in the gymnasium, with parents invited as special guests. Students from the Media Communications Team emceed the event, profiling the winners, listing the families, hobbies, career goals and favorite Leader In Me habits of the students.

Top fundraising students included Malori Morandi and Chadrick Joehrs of the first grade, Miley Baker and Aiden Field of second, and Abby Kearbey and Bryden McElhaney of grade three. Reigning queen and king Aliya Tafoya and D’Quaylin McCoy presented the crowns to the 2019 court. 

The popular fundraiser began on Valentine’s Day in 2013 under the direction of counselor Esther Luna. 


Cutline: Malori Morandi and Chadrick Joehrs of Kristen Spain’s first grade class receive their crowns.

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