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September 24, 2018

Brewerton Elementary Celebrates 40th Annual Grandparents’ Day


BREWERTON – Did you know that Brewerton Elementary has been celebrating grandparents’ day for 40 years?

Universal Pre-K student Andrew Munjar enjoys craft time with his grandparents Carol Batton and Charles Walburn. This was Carol’s first ever Grandparents’ Day celebration and she enjoyed spending the day at Brewerton Elementary.

Universal Pre-K student Andrew Munjar enjoys craft time with his grandparents Carol Batton and Charles Walburn. This was Carol’s first ever Grandparents’ Day celebration and she enjoyed spending the day at Brewerton Elementary.

This time honored tradition continues to prevail and once again Brewerton pulled out all the stops for this year’s event.

Students were invited to submit their artwork for consideration to be included in the programs that were handed out to each visitor.

This year, Arieana Fenton and Gabriella Rabbia’s drawings were among those featured, and various other student projects were featured throughout the day.

Fifth grader Zach Stewart grabs a bite to eat at the luncheon held recently in James Sandford’s class. His grandmother, Mary Stewart, visited as part of the 40th Annual Grandparents’ Day celebration.

Fifth grader Zach Stewart grabs a bite to eat at the luncheon held recently in James Sandford’s class. His grandmother, Mary Stewart, visited as part of the 40th Annual Grandparents’ Day celebration.

All classes, from Universal Pre-K to fifth grade welcomed grandparents into the school to celebrate.

These esteemed guests enjoyed a day filled with special festivities, including craft projects, sing-a-longs, classroom plays, poetry readings, as well as various choral and band performances.

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