Superintendent Kyle Repucci and Principal Suzanne Boutin are pleased to share that School Street School recently held a spaghetti dinner for families in the school community.
SSS staff members volunteered approximately 40 hours of their time to help put together the spaghetti dinner, which was held on Wednesday, May 17 at 5:30 p.m. The event was designed to foster a sense of community at the school and to celebrate being together again after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The school cafeteria was transformed into an Italian bistro for the evening, including the meal, music, and overall atmosphere. Approximately 110 people attended the event.
During the event, second-grade students ran a lemonade stand that raised over $100. The students wrote persuasive letters to Principal Boutin to earn her support for having the stand at the event, and the money will be used to fund a field trip.
“This event was a great opportunity for our school community to gather together and have a night of fun,” said Principal Boutin. “Our staff worked very hard to set up the cafeteria and make the delicious meal. Some families even requested that we open up for business! Thank you to everyone who helped to put this together and to those that attended, it was a great night.”