Carson High Announces 2023 Winterfest Candidates and Activities | Carson City Nevada News

The Winterfest celebrations kicked off this afternoon with a rally, and Carson High School was pleased to announce the student-selected candidates.

The week-long event, from Monday, January 30th to Saturday, February 4th, features day and night activities for the entire school including dress-up days, movie nights, games, talent shows, karaoke and music. increase.

Winterfest activities will culminate in the Varsity Boys Basketball Game Verse Sage Ridge on Tom Andreasen Court at Morris Burley Gym on Thursday 2nd February with the official coronation at halftime.

Carson High School 2023 Winterfest nominees, in alphabetical order by grade and last name, are:

Senior King Candidate: Isaac Avina, Brock Bensmiller, McQuade Chambers, Lucas Gonzalez, Alex Pattison, Parker Story.

Senior Queen Candidate: Riley Korsch, Emma Lucas, Natalie Maguire, Anela Mitchell, Ashley Naranjo, Simbly Steele.

Junior prince candidate: Dylan Cooley, Eric Parker, Nate Parsons.

Junior Princess Candidates: Aleah Hague, Bridgette Paz, Selma Works.

Sophomore Prince Candidates: JT Heaton, Landon Hoff and Sergio Villanueva.

Sophomore Princess Candidates: Kenri Facet, Kiele Franco, Jocelyn Hagen.

New student prince candidate: Jonathan Alvarado, Caden Sa, Peter Woodbury.

New student princess candidate: Jazelyn Avila, Joyce Chavarria, Lexi Oliva.

About Carson City School District

Carson City School District, located in the Nevada capital, provides public education to approximately 7,600 students throughout Carson City. The district has 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 1 alternative high school, and 1 comprehensive high school. The Carson City School District has many successes, including impressive graduation rates, strict safety measures, programs for talented students, and advanced classes. A joint venture with Western Nevada College, the Carson City School District Jump Start College Program allows students to complete their senior year of high school and their freshman year of college at the same time. For more information, visit

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