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St. John School Celebrates Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving has always been a positive time of year, when you can hang out with family, watch football, and of course eat turkey, along with other famous Thanksgiving dishes! People come from near and far to be with family for this very special holiday filled with joy and love for others. All Saint John students are very excited for a week-long break from school and to celebrate Thanksgiving. 

Matthew Farrelly from Ms. Genna Ong’s Kindergarten class said, “I like Thanksgiving because I like turkey!” 

Lauren Gingerella also from Ms. Ong’s class said, “I like Thanksgiving a lot because my grandma and grandpa come over. My favorite Thanksgiving food is ham.”  

Ashley Elliot from Ms. Neal’s sixth grade class said, “My favorite Thanksgiving food is mashed potatoes because they taste better than most Thanksgiving items. I also like Thanksgiving because you can watch football, be with your family, and there is a lot of food.” 

Colton Adams from Mrs. Amy Jones’ class said, “I like Thanksgiving because it’s fun to be with your family and eat delicious food. Sometimes I travel for Thanksgiving, and this year I’m going to Arizona.” 

Alex Eiguren from Mrs. Jenae Smith’s class said, “I like Thanksgiving a lot because you get to hang out with your family, and you get time off school. Also, there is a big hockey tournament I go to during Thanksgiving.” 

Cary Kordas from Mrs. Jones’ class said, “I like thanksgiving because we don’t have to go to school and I get to see my family. I go to my grandma’s house and eat lots of food.” 

In conclusion, students are excited to eat lots of food and to spend time with family. Our school is fortunate enough to have a week-long break from school. Thanksgiving is a time to show your friends how much you care for them. 


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St. John School Celebrates Thanksgiving