Students, faculty and community members celebrated with H. Frank Carey High School’s annual Homecoming festivities on Oct. 19.
With a day that began with the Carey’s Dads’ Club providing a delicious, free breakfast to students and community members, it continued with the annual parade, which featured outstanding floats and banners based on this year’s theme of board games. At the conclusion of the parade, the homecoming court was recognized, and the king and queen were announced. Congratulations to King Gary Faraone and Queen Lauren Gunn, who received their crowns and sashes from last year’s recipients. Prior to the start of the game, the school also honored senior football team players and their families.
The Seahawks felt the community spirit and shut-out fellow Elmont with a score of 34-0. The action-packed game was highlighted by an outstanding halftime show, with the marching band, Pirettes, junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders performing.