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Andrew Bernade, 15, performed with George W. Hewlett (Credit: Eric Holden)

Andrew Bernade, 15, performed with George W. Hewlett High School's marching band during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School Homecoming

Students, faculty, staff and the Hewlett community celebrated George W. Hewlett High School's homecoming weekend with a pep rally, parade and football game.

Zekiel Maloney, 15, and Monay Cowan, 14, members
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Zekiel Maloney, 15, and Monay Cowan, 14, members of the George W. Hewlett High School homecoming court, ride on a convertible during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School students, including homecoming
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George W. Hewlett High School students, including homecoming king and queen Nicholas Belluccia,17, and Emily Tedesco, 17, enjoy the festivities. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Hewlett's sophomore class theme was the board game
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Hewlett's sophomore class theme was the board game "Monopoly." (Sept. 21, 2013)

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George W. Hewlett High School students line the
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George W. Hewlett High School students line the streets to cheer on participants in Hewlett's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

From left, Hewlett seniors Ifrah Ansari, 17, Lexi
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From left, Hewlett seniors Ifrah Ansari, 17, Lexi Strauss, 17, and Julia Weinstock, 17, ride on a convertible during the homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Andrew Bernade, 15, performed with George W. Hewlett
(Credit: Eric Holden)

Andrew Bernade, 15, performed with George W. Hewlett High School's marching band during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School's Color Guard performed
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George W. Hewlett High School's Color Guard performed during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School's Color Guard performed
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George W. Hewlett High School's Color Guard performed during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

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George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed
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George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed
(Credit: Eric Holden)

George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

George W. Hewlett High School marching band member
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George W. Hewlett High School marching band member Alex Belluccia, 17, with the Hewlett Bulldogs mascot Andrew Levy, 16, during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Nicholas Belluccia, 17, and Emily Tedesco, 17, Hewlett's
(Credit: Eric Holden)

Nicholas Belluccia, 17, and Emily Tedesco, 17, Hewlett's homecoming king and queen, ride on a convertible during the homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Nicholas Belluccia, 17, and Emily Tedesco, 17, were
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Nicholas Belluccia, 17, and Emily Tedesco, 17, were named Hewlett's homecoming king and queen for 2013. (Sept. 21, 2013)

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George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed
(Credit: Eric Holden)

George W. Hewlett High School's marching band performed during the school's homecoming parade. (Sept. 21, 2013)

Kristen DeCicco, left, Morgan Kallenos, Mychael Schnell, Samantha
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Kristen DeCicco, left, Morgan Kallenos, Mychael Schnell, Samantha Stern and Alison Beyda, all 14, hold up the freshman banner at Hewlett's homecoming festivities. The freshman theme was the board game "Clue." (Sept. 21, 2013)

Hewlett High School's Andrew Levy, 16, sported the
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Hewlett High School's Andrew Levy, 16, sported the school's bulldog mascot costume for homecoming festivities. (Sept. 21, 2013)

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