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Glow-In-The-Dark Dance a Success at APW Elementary School

Moms and sons enjoyed a dance together during the recent Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School Glow-In-The-Dark Dance. The dance was for students in grades fourth, fifth and sixth at the school. Pictured are: APW fifth grade student Dale Ostrander, second from left, with his mom Melissa Ostrander, left, APW fourth grade student Will Corcoran with his mom Jennifer Stanton. The dance was coordinated by the school's Parent-Teacher-Student-Association, which also coordinated a similar family dance event in mid- January for students in Universal Pre-Kindergarten through grade three at the school.

Moms and sons enjoyed a dance together during the recent Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School Glow-In-The-Dark Dance. The dance was for students in grades fourth, fifth and sixth at the school. Pictured are: APW fifth grade student Dale Ostrander, second from left, with his mom Melissa Ostrander, left, APW fourth grade student Will Corcoran with his mom Jennifer Stanton. The dance was coordinated by the school’s Parent-Teacher-Student-Association, which also coordinated a similar family dance event in mid- January for students in Universal Pre-Kindergarten through grade three at the school.

Students at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School along with their parents braved the wintery weather in early February to enjoy an evening of music and dancing at the school's first Glow-In-The-Dark Dance. Sharing a father and daughter dance during the event are APW fifth grade student Madison Carusone and her dad Nick Carusone. The dance was coordinated by the school's Parent-Teacher-Student-Association for students in fourth, fifth, and sixth grade at the school.

Students at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Elementary School along with their parents braved the wintery weather in early February to enjoy an evening of music and dancing at the school’s first Glow-In-The-Dark Dance. Sharing a father and daughter dance during the event are APW fifth grade student Madison Carusone and her dad Nick Carusone. The dance was coordinated by the school’s Parent-Teacher-Student-Association for students in fourth, fifth, and sixth grade at the school.

 

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