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Jane Skubic and her first- and second-grade students at the Evelyn Smith Wray Village School (ESWVS) enjoy a special field trip during the holiday season when they visited Autumn Care to spread some holiday cheer.
The children visited patient halls and sang Christmas carols. They also delivered tidings of joy and handmade Christmas cards to the residents, and enjoyed the trip as much as the Autumn Care staff and residents.
“They showed these folks that the giving spirit is alive at any age,” Skubic said. “Their enthusiasm is infectious, and they made a lot of people smile.”
The Evelyn Smith Wray Village School is an independent school serving children from pre-K through eighth grade.
Established in 1998, the school offers an educational program that challenges minds and builds character. The STEAM curriculum is designed to help students find their academic strengths and individual talents and to develop into respectful community members with a clear sense of what it means to be a good citizen.
Students in each grade level benefit from a challenging academic program that develops fundamental skills in reading, mathematics, writing, science and social studies, and an enriched course of study that includes art, music appreciation, physical education and Latin.
For more information, call 754-2074.