Dobbins celebrates fourth-grade students
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Dobbins students, from left, Anthony Koulianos, Laurel Zarbaugh and Chloe Kosco, attended the fourth-grade recognition dinner on May 30.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman.Fourth-grade student Carmen Pratt III enjoyed the recognition dinner with his parents Patricia (left) and Carmen Pratt Jr. (right) May 30.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Christina Roussos (center), retired poland teacher signed yearbooks for Lily Baird (left) and Alex Glaros (right) during the Dobbins fourth-grade recognition dinner May 30.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Dobbins students Seth Kollar and Josh Christie signed each others yearbooks during the fourth-grade recognition dinner May 30.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Haley Trolio (center) attended the fourth-grade recognition dinner at Dobbins with Jason (left) and Heather Trolio (right).
By ADRIENNE CRISSMAN
Dobbins Elemenentary School honored its fourth-grade students with a special performance and a dinner on May 30.
Tami Todd, PTO mom and chair of the event, welcomed the crowd and recognized the parents.
“Without you, your childrens’ hard work and achievements at Dobbins would not have been able to be accomplished. Their success is largely in part from all of your unwavering support and love through the years,” said Todd.
The theme of the dinner was “Catch A Wave.” Todd said the theme was meant to encourage the students as they begin a new chapter.
“We want them to catch a wave, embrace the future and dive into new opportunities. We hope they overcome things that may keep them from a bright future,” said Todd.
Cheryl Borovitcky offered advice to the fourth-grade students as they prepare to make their way to McKinley.
“You are a bright and energetic class,” said Borovitcky. “Always give your best and make wise choices.”
The night ended with a video commemorating the student’s time at Dobbins.