September 15, 2014

Standish Elementary Family Game Night

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Anthony DeBolt, 7 decides which game to spend his gift certificate on. Names were drawn at the end of the night for the $10 certificate recipients. Other lucky winners included Rylee Wallaker, Brooke DeBolt and Eli Rich.
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John and Andy Ratajczak, ages 6 and 3, learn to play Sequence with mom Melissa. Office Central owner Sandy Rabidue was on hand to help out with the games or any questions parents might have.
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Mrs. Bartlett joins in the fun playing the card game Zap with elementary students.
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Nicky Hollis, a Senior at Standish-Sterling Central High School goes over the rules of the game How Tall Am I? with younger students. Volunteering was a great way for Hollis and other members to help fulfill their National Honor Society requirements.
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What kid wouldn't want their teacher serving them a pizza dinner? Kindegarten teacher Mrs. Morel serves up a gooey slice of pepperoni pizza.
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Pizza, pop, and games galore were enjoyed by students of Standish Elementary and their families on Thursday, January 27. Although cold outside, it was nice and toasty inside the elementary's gymnasium which hosted the Family Game Night in conjunction with Office Central, an office supply and teacher store located in West Branch, Michigan. Owner Sandy Rabidue was impressed with the event's large turnout. "We had 189 sign up" said the Elementary's Title 1 consultant, Mrs. Bartlett. Office Central hosts similar game nights in schools all over Michigan, toting along 18 to 20 learning games for families to try out. As the night wound down, games were available for parents to purchase tax free and a percentage of the procedes were donated back to the school.

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