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I would like to thank the staff and students of Grover Cleveland High School for hosting the Fall Festival on Friday, October 28 for the students and parents of P.S. 153.  Everyone who attended had a great time.

The students from Grover Cleveland really put in a lot of effort and time to make it a great night for all the children who attended.  People complain about the school, but the students I met on Friday are getting a very good education and they are learning to give back to the community by participating in these events.  I hope there will be more events like this at the school in the future so people can see what a great job the staff is doing there too.

The best part of the Fall Festival was the haunted house.  The students acted like characters from various horror movies and other spooky characters.  They really scared the kids and parents.

The students were also very patient with the children.  There were plenty of activities, and people were there to explain the activities to the children who attended.  All the students and staff that I encountered at the school were friendly and knowledgeable.

 

Charlene L. Stubbs

Maspeth

 

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