Michigan school elects special needs homecoming king

By staff and wire services reports
October 11th, 2012

Fall in high school means one thing perhaps more than others: football. And with football comes the ritual homecoming king and queen selections. In Linden, Michigan, a small rural community located between Flint, Michigan, and Detroit, it’s no different, Yahoo! News reports. Linden is just an average small town, but in quality of life and paying it forward, it’s a world leader, particularly at the local high school. Students at Linden High School elected a special needs boy, Danny Leideker, as their homecoming king…

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