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Mother Seton Freshmen and Sophomores Enjoy a Day on the Ice

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Freshmen Julianne Descastro, Rachelle Montilus, Merin Issac, Amy Moore, Madison Miranda and Sophomore Cecelia Torres Credits: Joan Barron
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Thomas Moran, Science Teacher, and Michael Gagliardi, Social Studies Teacher, lacing up for their time on the ice. Credits: Joan Barron
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Mother Seton Regional High School Freshmen and Sophomores attended the annual Ice Skating Trip at Roosevelt Park in Edison, NJ on Thursday, February 2, 2017.  The students had the entire rink to themselves as they skated along to some of their favorite songs on the loud speaker.  

Freshmen and Sophomore moderators and assistant moderators organized the trip including: Maria Buontempo, teacher of French and Latin, John Uriarte, teacher of Religion, Kevin R.J. Downey, teacher of Religion, Michael Gagliardi, teacher of Social Studies, Thomas Moran, teacher of Science, and Christine Danelson, School Social Worker.  Mr. Gagliardi, Mr. Moran, and Miss Danelson even graced the ice with their own ice skating talents.

"The ice skating trip is a wonderful opportunity for the two classes to be able to socialize with each other", Miss Danelson said.  "They already have some friendship between class levels because of the Big Sister/Little Sister Program and this afternoon of fun really adds to that".  

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To view the full Ice Skating picture album, please visit the Mother Seton Photo Gallery.  For more information on Mother Seton, please go to their website at motherseton.org.

Mother Seton Regional High School, located in a Clark, NJ, is a Catholic school that challenges, empowers and inspires young women to achieve excellence in academics, personal growth and service to others in a nurturing, richly diverse community. 

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