Watertown police stressing safety during Homecoming week  (Audio)

September 28, 2022
Mike Tanner

WATERTOWN, S.D.–This is a busy week for upper classmen in the Watertown School District.

It’s homecoming week, with many activities planned. There are various themed dress up days, the burning of the “W,” the Arrow Day parade on Friday, the homecoming dance, and the homecoming football game against the Aberdeen Central Golden Eagles.

Watertown police will be doing what they can to ensure it’s a safe week for students.

Captain Steve Rehorst tells KWAT News police will have, “zero tolerance for any hazardous activities” students are involved in….

The homecoming royalty at Watertown High School was named earlier this week.

The Guardian of the Gold is Jaida Young, Protector of Purple is J.J. Hernandez, and Champion of Arrows is Kolby Lacher.

The Arrow Day Parade in downtown Watertown begins at 2 p.m. Friday.

The homecoming football game versus Aberdeen Central is at 7 p.m. Friday, and can be heard on the, “Voice of the Arrows,” KWAT 950 AM on your radio dial.