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Grandparents and Special Friends Day

Grandparents and Special Friends Day

The annual event, sponsored by USM’s Parents’ Association, is a hit with friends of all ages.

After a two-year hiatus, Grandparents and Special Friends Day was back in November 2022 and better than ever. The school was packed with special visitors who traveled from near and far to visit classrooms, participate in activities, and get a tour of the school from those who know it best—the students. Many thanks to Shelly Farrow and Georgia Dimitropoulos, who organized the event, and to all who attended.

  • On Campus
A Preschool student smiles while being held by her grandpa.

Maya Shah ’37 (left) and Manilal Shah.

A Lower School boy smiles for a photo with his grandparents.

From left Suleyman Adeyemi, Junaid Bello ’35, and Sidikat Adeyemi.

An Upper School boy smiles while working on a project with his grandpa.

Lee Faris (left) and Jacob Sommers ’24.

A Middle School boy works on a math problem while his grandparents look on and smile.

James Birnbaum ’28 (center) with James and Diana Birnbaum.

A Preschool girl makes a craft project with her grandma.

Celina Robbins ’37 (left) and Angela Robbins

An Upper School science teacher shows a group of grandparents how to use the Anatomage table.

Upper School Science Teacher Bob Heun demonstrated the new Anatomage table.

A Preschool students gets a hug and tickle from her grandpa.

andy Lathrop (left) and Ivy Kronz ’36.