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Making the most of the first day of Spring: A day of grilling

Laura in sleepshades tends chicken on the grill

The first day of Spring and temps in the 70s, and what would you do? Our Home Management planned wisely to make the most of the beautiful weather today, and all classes worked outside on the grills.

Now that’s a life skill!

staff and students on the front patio grilling and enjoying the day

Everybody was out front today on the grills, making the most of the first day of spring. Delfina, Lyne, Kyra and Libby checking on brats.

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