EDISON — Grandpersons and special friends of Pre-Kindergarten to fifth grade students were invited to The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison to share an afternoon of classroom visits, activities, and a special sing-a-long on Tuesday, Nov. 23.
“Grandpersons Day is a time when students are able to share their school and the things they do each and every day with other important people in their lives,” said Melanie Baier, Lower School Head. “I enjoyed seeing the students explain their projects and introduce their teachers. Students beam with pride when they have special visitors on this day and I love being able to expose more people to the wonders of a Wardlaw-Hartridge education.”
Pictured above, Gloria Henry, the grandmother of Elijah Ojo of Rahway, and Judith Jacobson, the grandmother of Gabriel Melville of Scotch Plains look on as their grandsons complete a first grade project. (Photo by Michelle Daino/Wardlaw-Hartridge School)
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