Cynwyd Elementary School recently hosted their sixth annual "Dinner of Traditions" as students, staff, family and friends gathered to celebrate the rich cultural diversity that makes up the Owls' community. Families explored the buffet lines to sample the assorted offerings from countries all over the world such as pierogies, sweet kugel, spanakopita, rice pilaf, curry with rice, schupfnudel and delicious breads and salads, along with a variety of desserts including flan, carrot cake, hamantaschen and more. To view a slideshow of pictures from the evening, click on the image below!
On April 4 at Harriton High School, skip class and join members of the Harriton and Lower Merion SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality) organizations for a full day of Wisdom, Opportunity, Knowledge & Empowerment!
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Rosini, who entered the tournament unseeded, ultimately beat the odds and left with the national title.
The sophomore finished with an impressive 303 lb. deadlift en route to her first-place finish.
The All-American Kalendadze has earned the title of state champion in this event in each of her four years at Lower Merion High School.