Seton Keough High will hold its annual Homecoming Festival this Saturday at the school on South Caton Avenue where, for the second year, classes will build floats made of donated canned food, a school press release said.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and each class will compete in the "canstruction" based upon the class themes of Disney Channel for seniors, Animal Planet for juniors, The Food Network for sophomores and ESPN for freshman. The class themes are part of this year's school-wide theme of "Tune into Seton Keough," the release said.
Students in the school's four-year engineering track will lead the construction, the release said.
After the competition, the cans will be donated to My Brother's Keeper, a faith-based soup kitchen that provides food and resources to those in need. The release said Seton Keough donated 2,544 cans last year.
The volleyball, field hockey and soccer teams will also compete at the event for alumnae from Seton High, Archbishop Keough and Seton Keough High, the release said.
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