Grasonville hosts Muffins for Moms
GRASONVILLE — On April 8, Grasonville Elementary School’s PTA hosted its annual Muffins for Mom’s event. This event took place an hour prior to the start of the school day. Moms brought their students in before school to enjoy a breakfast of muffins, juice and coffee together.
This is an annual event that both students and moms look forward to every year. The cafeteria and gym were packed full of students and parents enjoying their time together.
Several high school students were honored for their artwork at the recent Student Art Exhibitions at the Academy Art Museum. Back row, from left, are Camryn Carels (Easton High School), Claire Anovick (Easton High School), Laura Sanderman (St. Michaels High School) and Mimi Sanford (Sts. Peter and Paul). Middle row, from left, are Kaiya Hudson (Easton High School), Kendra Sugars (St. Michaels High School) and Sydney Kay (Queen Anne’s County High School). Front row, from left, are Emily Teale (Gunston), Hayley Maness (Sts. Peter and Paul) and Nick Koski (North Caroline High School). Absent from the photo are winners Hannah Corder (Kent Island High School), Kaitlyn Whitby (St. Michaels High School), Charlie Mangold (Sts. Peter and Paul), Virginia Denny (Easton High School), Kevin Juarez (North Dorchester High School), Tessa Rausch (Queen Anne’s County High School), Jason Hash (Easton High School) and Cole Sovero (Sts. Peter and Paul).
Jackie Wheeler, left, an art teacher at Kennard Elementary School, with fifth-grade student Brianna Smith at the recent Student Art Exhibitions. Smith’s artwork was a study of monochromatic color.
Gunston delegates Henry Parkhurst and Korren Campbell.
Mom and teacher Susan Willis gets a muffin with her daughter Leila.