Millburn HS Hosts Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
Students make lunches to raise money for upcoming class trips and activities.
Exam time is stressful for both teachers and students.
So during last week’s midterm exams, one group of students worked to give teachers a lunch break from their proctoring and grading.
During exam week the Applied Academics Class (Life Skills) sold homemade lunches for school staff as a fundraiser to help support the cost of their upcoming class trips and activities.
On Tuesday, Jan. 29, the last day of exams, the class hosted a Teacher Appreciation Luncheon, providing a free lunch of Italian hot dogs, salad, cookies, brownies, water bottles and coffee.
The student’s work did not go unnoticed.
“This was a wonderful experience for the students,” Applied Academics teacher Michele Acitelli said. “They worked extremely hard to prepare for this event. I am so proud of them for their efforts. They truly are an amazing group! I would also like to thank the entire MHS staff for their continued support.”