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Grover Cleveland School with local artists to reimagine Holday Shop

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GROVER CLEVELAND SCHOOL (RAHWAY) WORKS WITH LOCAL ARTISTS
TO REIMAGINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HOLIDAY SHOP December 20-22, 2016

                                                                                               

RAHWAY, NJ - This holiday shopping season will be a bit more unique for the students at Grover Cleveland Elementary School in Rahway. The school's Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is proud to sponsor their annual Holiday Shop for students, so they can purchase gifts for their loved ones.

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This year, the PTA was motivated to support the local community by offering an expanded selection of hand-made, high-quality gift selections by local artisans and small businesses from across the Garden State (including Rahway).

The benefit of this new approach is not only to entice shoppers with more unique gift choices, but to help stimulate the local economy. An assorted variety of these quality items will enhance the shopping experience and will be priced at just $5 or less.

The Holiday Shop will be available for students from December 20-22, but will also be open to the public.  The community is welcome to visit the Holiday Shop on Tuesday, December 20 from 6-8pm.

Other upcoming Grover Cleveland events include:

Scholastic Book Fair - February 14-162017
Bowl-A-Rama with Your Mama- April 2, 2017

About Grover Cleveland Elementary School
The Grover Cleveland Elementary School's mission is to ensure teachers and support staff offer students every opportunity to achieve the academic, technological, social, physical, and emotional skills necessary to reach their greatest potential. As a Professional Development School in partnership with Kean University, Grover Cleveland will provide teachers and student intern opportunities to advance their teaching skills. The school supports about 600 mostly African-American and Latino students and is one of the Top 10 performing African-American Elementary Schools in NJ.

Contact: Kristine De Jesus-Farrar
Telephone: (908) 472-8546
Email: krisdejesus@hotmail.com

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