Grandparents get a taste of The Children’s School

Farideh Perakis and Pouran Tahghigh get hands-on time creating sculptures with their grandchildren during Grandparents and Special Friends Day at The Children's School. Photo: Courtesy

The Children’s School held its annual Grandparents and Friends Day just before Thanksgiving. The event gave nearly 125 grandparents a chance to find out about the school and visit the classrooms, where they created art projects and conducted science experiments.

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