‘Breakfast With Santa’ at Webster School offered fun and raised funds
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Breakfast with Santa
PANCAKES AND PRIZES – The Webster School’s annual Breakfast with Santa featured pancakes, a raffle, holiday songs and each child got a gift from Santa Claus.
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Daniel Webster School students swarmed the gym on Saturday, Dec. 7, for Webster School’s annual Breakfast with Santa, sponsored by the Parent Teacher Participating Association (PTPA).

More than 600 students and parents in attendance during the two sessions enjoyed a pancake breakfast and got the chance to meet and talk with Santa.

Each child received a present from Santa, and everyone in attendance got to sing holiday songs with music teacher Piero Romano and parent Meg Carson, and dance to the music of a DJ.

There were plenty of gift-filled baskets raffled off as part of the fundraiser, which helps Webster School provide a variety of activities and services for the students.

The PTPA, headed this year by Elissa Masterson, Kristina Karcic, Trista Nerich and Melissa Guerin spent months preparing for this eagerly awaited event, which was well-attended not only by parents and students, but by administrators, teachers, Mayor Richard Turner and members of the Township Council, and the Board of Education.

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