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  • Sue's Cinco de Mayo Potluck

    Dear Families, Every year Sue Wolf hosted a Cinco de Mayo potluck and I believe it is fitting to continue the tradition. Sue taught Spanish for a time and always remained passionate about teaching her students Spanish. I believe Sue would feel honored being remembered this way and would want us to carry the tradition forward. All families and students are invited to participate on Tuesday May 5th and I have alerted food service so that their student lunches will reflect the same theme. Many of you have brought in amazing dishes in past years and I hope you will be inspired to do the same this year. We will be serving lunch beginning at 11:00. Hope to see you, Sincerely, David

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