Students bring the VIP of their life to school
Neighbors | Zack Shively.St. Charles School had their VIP Day to show off the school to the members of the community who do not get to see the school often. Approximately 280 guests visited students at the school.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.St. Charles School had a VIP Day on May 10 where students invited loved ones to the school for the morning. These important people were parents, grandparents, siblings and neighbors. Pictured, Joseph Dagati and his grandson Maximus Marino had breakfast together at the event.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.Each of the St. Charles teachers set up special activities to showcase the skills of the students. For example, one sixth-grade class (pictured) had a science fair.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The home and school organization set up St. Charles School's VIP Day. One of the activities they planned for the guests and students was making cards for children without a VIP at the school in the art room. Pictured, Andrew Tuscano and his guest Larry made cards together.
Neighbors | Zack Shively.The guests and students at St. Chales School on VIP Day had five sessions together where they ate in the cafeteria, met the teachers and had a prayer service in the gymnasium. Pictured, members of the school choir sang at the event.
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