Emily Jo Tycz
Bon Homme High School 2018 Graduate
Parents: David and Becky Tycz, Tyndall, SD
Ambitions and Future Plans: I plan to attend USD to major in Dental Hygiene.
Activities: Competitive Cheer, Student Council, Yearbook, FFA, and Choir
Honors & Awards: Academic and Athletic Letters; National Honor Society; Girls’ State Delegate; Merit, A, and B Honor Roll; 2017 Homecoming Queen Candidate.
Interesting Facts: Beseda Dancer, Cheerleader, Church Usher at Tyndall Presbyterian Church, Babysitter, and I enjoy listening to polka music with my grandparents.
Why do you want to be Czech Days Queen? Czech Days Queen has always been a dream of mine since I was a little girl. I would love to represent Tabor and my Czech heritage because I know how much being Czech is important to my Tycz and Svanda families. I have always admired the Czech Days Queens who have inspired me to become a queen.
What does Czech Days mean to you? Czech Days is a celebration that reunites families and friends from near and far to honor our Czech heritage. Czech Days is a tradition to tell stories, enjoy the famous kolaches, listen to the Czech music, and meet people who share the same Czech interests.