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Wardlaw-Hartridge Students Meet New Senior Buddies

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Charlotte Sweeney of Cranford shares her memories from Lower School during the Senior Buddy Ceremony. Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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Members of Mrs. Jennifer Geissler’s Kindergarten class pose for a group picture with their new senior buddies. Credits: Courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge
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EDISON, NJ - The Senior Buddies Assembly, one of the best bonding events at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, took place in Laidlaw Gym on October 7.  The program introduces senior class buddies to students in the Lower School grades from PreK-5.

The program began with a welcome from Bob Bowman, Upper School Head, and greeting from Maggie Granados, Lower School Head.

Charlotte Sweeney of Cranford, a senior and lifer at the school, represented the senior class and shared reflections of her days in Lower School.

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Lower School classes were introduced to their new friends. The senior buddies received flowers from Mrs. Granados and certificates from the Lower School students.

After the assembly, the senior buddies accompanied the Lower School students back to their classrooms. The seniors and young students will enjoy many more opportunities to interact throughout the school year, including at the annual Halloween Parade.

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