Holy Trinity High School has announced its plans for Saturday's homecoming celebration, which includes the dedication of its new track.
The extended halftime will include performances by the kickline team
and cheerleaders, a presentation of the seniors on the football team and
the naming of the “Titan Spirit” winners.
More than 250 families donated the $250,000 to re-surface the track
and a sign will be unveiled that will recognize all who supported the
“On the Right Track” campaign. The school’s chaplain, The Rev. Joe Fitzgerald will also be on hand to give the track a dedication blessing.
“It is an exciting time at Holy Trinity," said Joseph Geraci,
director of institutional advancement. "The new track is just the
beginning of forthcoming facility enhancements as we look towards our
50th anniversary in 2016 and beyond.”
Holy Trinity High School is a private, co-educational Catholic high
school founded in 1966 drawing students from Nassau, Suffolk and Queens
counties. It has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education
Exemplary Schools Program and is nationally known for its outstanding
Academics, Athletics and Performing Arts programs.
For more information, visit www.holytrinityhs.org.
With reporting by Joe Dowd