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Grandparents and Special Friends Day

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Last week the school had its annual Grandparents and Special Friends Day. On this day, each student comes to school to spend a day with their grandparents or special friends. Every year the seventh grade has a bake sale to earn money for their 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. In the seventh grade classrooms, the students and their guests had the options of playing Scrabble, Monopoly, and Jenga. Some of the seventh graders helped direct the grandparents and special friends to the right classrooms. Later in the day was the May Crowning Mass, where one eighth grade girl and one eighth grade boy crown Mary and read their essays. This year Daniela Salazar and Leonardo Lebrun read their Mary essays in front of the school. After the mass was the seventh-grade bake sale where goods such as cookies, brownies, and doughnuts were sold. This year´s grandparents and special friends day was very fun and joyful.

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Luke Mendez is an eighth grader is Mrs Bello's 8B class. He likes to play football, water polo, soccer, and run track and cross country. He likes to go...

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Grandparents and Special Friends Day