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Sister Patricia Roche, left, principal of St. John Neumann High School, chats with Cassie Fernandez, 17, senior, over a lime green snow cone on the school's football field during homecoming celebrations on Friday afternoon. Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's 'field day', which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a 'pickle ball' tournament and other games throughout the week. St. John Neumann High School students also raised over $500 worth of dimes this week to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation - a charity drive organized by the school's student council. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Sister Patricia Roche, left, principal of St. John Neumann High School, chats with Cassie Fernandez, 17, senior, over a lime green snow cone on the school's football field during homecoming celebrations on Friday afternoon. Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's "field day", which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a "pickle ball" tournament and other games throughout the week. St. John Neumann High School students also raised over $500 worth of dimes this week to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation - a charity drive organized by the school's student council. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Sister Patricia Roche, left, principal of St. John Neumann High School, chats with Cassie Fernandez, 17, senior, over a lime green snow cone on the school's football field during homecoming celebrations on Friday afternoon. Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's 'field day', which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a 'pickle ball' tournament and other games throughout the week. St. John Neumann High School students also raised over $500 worth of dimes this week to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation - a charity drive organized by the school's student council. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Ryan Gingras, 17, senior, Melanie Cashell, student council moderator, Patrick Sweeney, 17, senior, and Ashley Rozanski, 18, senior, count dimes collected from the students at St. John Neumann High School for the Make-A-Wish Foundation on Friday afternoon.  Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's 'field day', which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a 'pickle ball' tournament and other games throughout the week. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Alex Reed, left, 17, senior, and Cameron Maguire, 16, junior, compete in the joust during homecoming celebrations on Friday afternoon at St. John Neumann High School. Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's 'field day', which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a 'pickle ball' tournament and other games throughout the week. St. John Neumann High School students also raised over $500 worth of dimes this week to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation - a charity drive organized by the school's student council. Tristan Spinski/Staff

Students, teachers and faculty at St. John Neumann High School have been enjoying homecoming celebrations during the last hour of school every day this week. In addition to Friday's 'field day', which included jousting, an inflatable slide and games on the football field, students participated in a scavenger hunt, a 'pickle ball' tournament and other games throughout the week. St. John Neumann High School students also raised over $500 worth of dimes this week to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation - a charity drive organized by the school's student council.

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