Education

North Salem Elementary School Holds Open House

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Kate Bevan, 7, and Sienna Paldin, 7, reunite after summer vacation. Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Grayson Fischer, 5, sits outside with her mom after meeting her new kindergarten teacher. She’s holding Play-Doh that was given to her as a gift. Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Adeline Moia, Beth Savarese, Nina Gitlitz, and Madelynn Golisano visit their former teacher. Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Drew Karam, 7, prepares his supply box for 2nd grade with the help of his mom, Mandy Karam, and grandmother, Ingrid Gallaway. Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Evan Greenspan-Andujar, 6, and Eli Tica, 6 Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Veronica Arrington and Aaron Brown, 6 Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Principal Mary Johnson greets returning student, Kathryn Bancks, 8, as she enters the school to meet her 3rd grade teacher. Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Principal Mary Johnson and Assistant Principal Dr. Stephanie Bell Credits: Photos by Gabrielle Bilik
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Students and parents were welcomed to Pequenakonck Elementary school on Sept. 5 by none other than the school mascot, Cubby himself. Principal Mary Johnson and Assistant Principal Dr. Stephanie Bell were up front and center greeting everyone at the door as well. 

Students and parents met this year’s teachers and familiarized themselves with their new classrooms 
from 3 to 5 p.m.

“We do this every year,” Johnson said. “It’s a really fun way to welcome everyone back.”
 

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