SCHUYLERVILLE — Schuylerville Elementary School resumed its beloved tradition of hosting an annual Grandparents Breakfast after a hiatus of several years due to the pandemic. Over the course of two mornings, 544 breakfasts were served to students and their families.
Schuylerville Food Service and Central Office staff helped to prepare and serve the early-morning meals. Food Services Manager Sarah Keen, Principal Beckett, and elementary school staff oversaw the event.
“The Grandparents Breakfast has been held for as long as most of us can remember,” said Superintendent Gregg Barthelmas in a statement on the school’s website. “To have it back this year, and to see the joy it brings everyone in attendance, is really something special.”