Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Cleveland Middle School gives thanks and more


The Grover Cleveland Middle School in Dorchester held a pre-Thanksgiving feast for students and staff last week. The meal included traditional Thanksgiving staples as well as many home-cooked dishes from families of all different backgrounds. Local businesses, including C.F. Donovan's Pub in Savin Hill and Atlantic Bagel in Hingham, also donated to the feast. When the students and staff were stuffed, they gathered the left-overs and delivered them to the Kit Clark Senior Center as a way of sharing in the spirit of giving thanks. Pictured here are student Jeremy Armstrong and teacher Alma Minoza.

1 comment:

Priscilla Teague RN said...

The spirit of giving was manifest in both students and teachers. It is truly an honor to be part of a school that goes far beyond the boundries of classroom walls by working with the community (receiving and giving back)and demonstrating that education/learning occurs in a variety of settings.
Thank You ! ubzep