Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017 Pic

 Hundreds of district students, faculty, families and community residents painted the town blue and white as they gathered for homecoming at the high school for an afternoon full of football, fun, food and festivities on Oct. 14.

The day was filled with various activities for the school and surrounding community to take part in together. A school-spirited parade, led by the district’s board of education and central administration, kicked off the afternoon in preparation for the Bulldogs’ game against the Centereach Cougars.

The school’s cheerleaders, marching band and representatives from the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes, as well as from all other schools in the district, proudly displayed their school spirit for all who lined the sidewalks to support their team. The marching band and cheerleaders performed to perfection during pregame rituals, in between plays and during halftime. The halftime festivities also included each class’ walk around the field with their banners, led by homecoming king and queen Anthony Palumbo and Aaliyah Hunter, respectively. The Bulldogs then completed their brilliant performance en route to a 28-20 victory. The audience who had filled the bleachers to capacity cheered the Bulldogs’ every excellent play execution, stood behind their team and applauded the efforts of their opponent.

The school and community members were thrilled to come together once again to celebrate the wonderful display of the school’s athletics and arts programs during homecoming.