The South Plainfield Middle School PTO, President Debbie Boyle, Vice President Nicole Plate, Treasurer Eileen Brady and Webmaster/Public Relations Suzanne Butrico hosted the annual 7th grade pool party at the South Plainfield Community Pool on Friday, June 6, 2014. The students enjoyed a lunch of pizza, hamburgers and hot dogs, chips, drinks and italian ice supplied by the PTO and danced to the entertainment of John Limyanski, DJ, retired Middle School Teacher. Thank you to Kevin Hughes, Recreation Director, Alicia Vurchio, pool manager, the lifeguard and snack stand staff, Principal Kevin Hajduk, Assistant Principal Tamekia Dupiche, and the entire seventh grade teachers, staff, guidance counselors, Sodexo and parents who helped chaperone: Nadi Mohtadi, Kim Born, Tom Cassio, Nadine Sacco, Stephanie Wolak, Christine Jones, Yvonne Davisson, Janice Amato, Kerry Santamaria, and Christine Heim, Joann Plate and Dorothea for all your help and Dr. Genco for your continued support and the South Plainfield Police Department for crossing our students during their walk to and from the pool.
South Plainfield Middle School PTO Hosted Annual 7th Grade Pool Party
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