West Seattle schools: Special lunch guests at Pathfinder K-8

November 22, 2013 at 1:11 pm | In Pigeon Point, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 2 Comments

Pathfinder K-8 on Pigeon Point had about 300 special visitors for lunch today – it’s the annual day that grandparents/elders are invited to join Pathfinder students. Two of the grandparents we recognized in the crowd were busy community volunteers Sandy Adams and Jim Guenther, with grandson Chase, a Pathfinder second-grader:

The visiting elders/grandparents didn’t all arrive at once – lunchtime is in shifts, as it is in most schools.

Thanks to principal David Dockendorf for the invitation to stop by; he tells WSB it’s “one of our best school events.”

PATHFINDER SIDE NOTE: Today’s the last day to order pies in the school fundraiser, for pickup next week – go to the WSB Holiday Guide and scroll to the “Holiday Fundraisers, Donation Drives, Other Giving Opportunities” list.

2 Comments

  1. The pies are fantastic! Great way to get a home baked pie for Thanksgiving AND support some wonderful kids who are working hard to study about and ultimately travel to China this spring.

    Comment by kayo — 3:32 pm November 22, 2013 #

  2. This was such a great event. Hats off to Pathfinder and all the great people that make it happen.

    Comment by Pathfinder is the best — 6:32 pm November 22, 2013 #

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