Miss Homecoming Candidates

Ke'Asia Pittman

Ke’Aisa Pittman is the daughter of Yolanda Pittman. Ke’Aisa is a graduate of Charleston High School in Tallahatchie County. During her high school years, she’s had many accomplishments, such as becoming the first female to win a state championship title in the 100 metres hurdles at Charleston High School. This led her to become the 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017 state champion hurdler, as well as the 2016-2017 Most Improved Cheerleader; she also made the 2017 2-3A All-Region Basketball Team and was selected as Charleston’s 2016-2017 Most Athletic Girl. Although she has held such superior titles, academics has always been her first priority.

Pittman has other achievements under her belt, including her accomplishment of maintaining an “A” grade point average. Though the chance of taking on a lavish role during Homecoming is upon her, it would not be her first time donning a crown nor would it be her first elite title; Pittman was also 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 Miss Charleston Tiger. She is currently majoring in business administration at Coahoma Community College A member of the 2018-2019 Student Government Association, she is a business administration major at Coahoma Community College. She is a member of Coahoma’s cheerleading team as well. Becoming 2018-2019 Homecoming Queen would be monumental.


Kelly WilliamsSophomore Kelly Williams hails from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She is the daughter of Michelle and Victor Williams. Kelly is a proud graduate of Hattiesburg High School. There, she was a member of the National Technical Honor Society, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), MAP (the Medical Apprenticeship Program), the Hattiesburg Tiger Marching Band, the swim team and tennis team. In her spare time, she gives back by volunteering at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, aiding the less fortunate with the youth outreach program. As a current student of Coahoma Community College, she is a member of the CCC Tiger Band. She is also involved in the SkillUSA program and Culinary Arts program here at CCC. Kelly has one older brother, Alex Williams and looks out for her two younger sisters, Erin and Alexis Williams.

Vote

The voting will take place on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, in the Career Center, located on the second floor of the Zee A. Barron Student Union between 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.