We would like to thank Principal Joel Stembridge, Athletic Director Scott Perrin, all the coaches, Bob Jampol, Kim Desto, Ted Delicandro, Dave McCallum, Lindsay Schoolcraft, Anne Dauchy and Doug McCarthy and parents who came out last Sunday for the Booster Bash. We had a very spirited game of trivia, a great performance by South’s improv troupe, Candy Corn, wonderful music by South student Yuval Rosen on jazz guitar, raffle baskets filled with donated items from South families as well as goods and services from local merchants. The event raised $1410.00 all of which will go towards supporting all of our athletics teams at South. As Joel said that evening, “It is events like these that bring the community together and help to ensure that our children have the opportunities within the school to get involved in activities where they can make connections, feel good about themselves and be part of a team.”
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