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Holy Rosary students, from left, are Carysn Cole, Music Teacher for the Day; Lola Terrana and Jake Terrana, Principals for the Day; Jack Clancy, Gym Teacher for the Day.
Holy Rosary students, from left, are Carysn Cole, Music Teacher for the Day; Lola Terrana and Jake Terrana, Principals for the Day; Jack Clancy, Gym Teacher for the Day.
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After their parents participated in a silent auction during the Holy Rosary Athletic Association Fundraiser at the Susquehanna Brewery, Holy Rosary students Jake Terrana, Lola Terrana, Carsyn Cole and Jack Clancy had the opportunity serve for a day as principals and teachers, respectively.


Jake and Lola Terrana reported that their dad, Joe Terrana, won the silent auction allowing them to be “principals” for the day. Jake and Lola enjoyed pulling a surprise fire drill, then watching all of the students and faculty leave the building so quickly. They also had fun reading announcements over the loud speaker.


The Cole family won “teacher of choice” for Carsyn and she elected to be the music teacher. Carsyn really enjoyed being able to teach the eighth grade’s last music class at Holy Rosary School.


Meanwhile, Jack Clancy enjoyed his stint as gym teacher for the day. Jack’s favorite aspect of being a gym teacher was helping students learn how to play fair and he also loved using the whistle. Rumor has it that he gave the students a good workout.


The Rosen family, Max and Henry, won dress down days for their class.


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