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Big Sister Little Sister Beanies and Breakfast

Amanda J. '21

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The Big Sister/Little Sister program offers many activities and programs so that freshman and seniors can bond, one such event is the Big Sister/Little Sister Breakfast. The breakfast took place on September 18. Mrs. Pugliese started off the program, welcoming the freshman and seniors. Freshmen were given brown beanies to wear during this event.

“The beanies are stylish and you’ve gotta love tradition,” said Lauren Mottel, a senior. Many students claim that the big sister little sister program has improved over the years. “I think it’s a little different. I think there’s more different activities. I think this year is better because we get more bonding experiences,” said Hannah Mannering.

The kitchen staff made many delicious foods including pancakes, french toast, and bacon. The seniors believe there are more food options now then there were when they were freshmen. “There are more options for food,” says Mannering.

Students think the Big Sister Little Sister Breakfast is a great time to meet new friends. “It’s so nice to get to know the freshman so they can have a friendly face in the hall,” Mottel said. The Breakfast was a success and was fun for a lot of students. “I love getting to bond and meet my big sisters, I love them so much,” said Alexis Rabinovitch, a freshman.

 

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Amanda J. '21, Reporter

Amanda Jose is a very unique sophomore who is excited for the new school year.

At Padua, Amanda’s favorite food are the cookies and potatoes. Her food choice is limited because she has been a vegetarian for four years now. Ironically, Amanda became a vegetarian because her friends dared her to try and now it is a part of her everyday lifestyle. An interesting fact about Amanda is that about six years ago she was able to teach herself how to play the flute and continues to play today.

Outside of school, Amanda contributes a significant amount to the community. At Christiana Hospital she has done over 50 hours of service by helping organize medical files and guiding people through the halls. Amanda is a hardworking girl and can accomplish anything she puts her mind to.

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