2010-02-14 / Community View

Be my Valentine

Kindergartner Haileigh Bissett carefully finds the right Valentine’s Day bag to go with each of the Valentine’s Day cards she brought in for her classmates. Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Leonard called students up one or two at a time to pass out their Valentine’s Day cards during their party. Kindergartner Haileigh Bissett carefully finds the right Valentine’s Day bag to go with each of the Valentine’s Day cards she brought in for her classmates. Kindergarten teacher Mrs. Leonard called students up one or two at a time to pass out their Valentine’s Day cards during their party. MAYFIELD TWP. — Sweets, smiles and many, many Valentine’s were part of the fun at Lynch Elementary School on Thursday afternoon as both the kindergarten and Early 5s classrooms held their Valentine’s Day celebrations.

Hannah Montana, Superman and more graced the Valentine’s Day cards that students passed out to one another.

Many parents came into the classrooms to help dish up ice cream — as both parities included a sundae bar as part of the fun — and pass out sweet treats including cookies, cupcakes and more.

Photos by EMILY CASWELL
Kindergartner Josh Zemke showed off his ice cream sundae during his class’ Valentine’s Day party Thursday afternoon. While he opted for just one topping, students were also offered chocolate chips, sprinkles and more. Kindergartner Josh Zemke showed off his ice cream sundae during his class’ Valentine’s Day party Thursday afternoon. While he opted for just one topping, students were also offered chocolate chips, sprinkles and more.
Early 5s student Lucas Trottier (left) digs into his ice cream sundae during his classroom’s Valentine’s Day party on Thursday afternoon. Early 5s student Lucas Trottier (left) digs into his ice cream sundae during his classroom’s Valentine’s Day party on Thursday afternoon.
Fellow Early 5s students Alana Gizinski and Lillian Patten (below) go through the many Valentine’s Day cards and treats that they received from classmates during their party. Fellow Early 5s students Alana Gizinski and Lillian Patten (below) go through the many Valentine’s Day cards and treats that they received from classmates during their party.
Early 5s students Carson Enright and Rafe Buchanan check out the cards they received from fellow classmates during their Valentine’s Day party at Lynch Elementary on Thursday afternoon. Early 5s students Carson Enright and Rafe Buchanan check out the cards they received from fellow classmates during their Valentine’s Day party at Lynch Elementary on Thursday afternoon.

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