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Senior Tea adapts to increased class size

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With the senior class growing to the largest graduating class to date (165 students), Senior Tea in the fourth quarter has returned to its roots. Historically, parents served tea and finger sandwiches outside of the Headmaster’s Office for seniors and teachers. This quarter, parent volunteers serve desserts and lemonade on the plaza as opposed to the full meals served in the other three quarters. The changes are a response to the strain of serving significantly more seniors. According to Amy Lee, the co-chair of Senior Tea, the parent groups for Senior Tea were double their normal size just this year, and more parents (over 102) have volunteered than ever before.


 

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