Thanksgiving celebrated at Tomorrow Center


By Alberta Stojkovic - for the Morrow County Sentinel



Serving the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy are Tomorrow Center staff, from left: Morgan Osborne, Kay Hines, Stephanie Clark, Katelyn Flinchbaugh, Nancy Wilch and Becca Weaver. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel


Grandparents Dave and Lynn Bringle go through the lunch line at Tomorrow Center while English/Reading Teacher Susan Clewell and Teachers’ Aide Phil Gaulin serve rolls and green beans. Tiger Mascot, Anna Moore watches at right. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel


Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel Marjorie Graham came from Edison to share inas the Thanksgiving Feast and see students that she had worked with in Debra Bachelder’s Art Class. “I wouldn’t miss this for anything,” said Graham. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel


Tomorrow Center fans are in front: Kaylyn Armstrong, left, who taught 5th grade last year at the Tomorrow Center and Pat Maxwell who tutored at the Tomorrow Center for three years. She was glad to be back for Thanksgiving. In back is Tomorrow Center Board member, Dixie Shinaberry. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel


The Tomorrow Center Thanksgiving Feast has become a favorite tradition that crowds the cafeteria. Students invite parents and grandparents, family and friends. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel


Students and their parents, grandparents and friends filled the cafeteria at the new location for the Tomorrow Center in Cardington on Friday. The occasion was the popular, annual “Thanksgiving Feast.”

7th Grader Tucker Claok gave a tour of the school stating, “This is our wonderful school.”

Claok said that being a student at the Tomorrow Center has made a big difference in what he can accomplish in school. He said that the small classes help him concentrate and be able to pay attention in class.

Tomorrow Center staff member Susie Sexton praised Tucker for his responsibility and said he helps in many ways around the school.

River Valley Principal Dave Coleman attended the Thanksgiving meal and commented that the Tomorrow Center does a great job with students.

He said that the combination of small numbers of students in the classroom and a great staff of teachers and programs has been important in the school’s success.

Alberta Stojkovic is a correspondent with the Morrow County Sentinel and can be reached at alberta_s16@hotmail.com.

Serving the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy are Tomorrow Center staff, from left: Morgan Osborne, Kay Hines, Stephanie Clark, Katelyn Flinchbaugh, Nancy Wilch and Becca Weaver. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_DSCN7998.jpgServing the turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and gravy are Tomorrow Center staff, from left: Morgan Osborne, Kay Hines, Stephanie Clark, Katelyn Flinchbaugh, Nancy Wilch and Becca Weaver. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel

Grandparents Dave and Lynn Bringle go through the lunch line at Tomorrow Center while English/Reading Teacher Susan Clewell and Teachers’ Aide Phil Gaulin serve rolls and green beans. Tiger Mascot, Anna Moore watches at right. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_DSCN7991.jpgGrandparents Dave and Lynn Bringle go through the lunch line at Tomorrow Center while English/Reading Teacher Susan Clewell and Teachers’ Aide Phil Gaulin serve rolls and green beans. Tiger Mascot, Anna Moore watches at right. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel

Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel Marjorie Graham came from Edison to share inas the Thanksgiving Feast and see students that she had worked with in Debra Bachelder’s Art Class. “I wouldn’t miss this for anything,” said Graham. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_DSCN7996.jpgAlberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel Marjorie Graham came from Edison to share inas the Thanksgiving Feast and see students that she had worked with in Debra Bachelder’s Art Class. “I wouldn’t miss this for anything,” said Graham. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel

Tomorrow Center fans are in front: Kaylyn Armstrong, left, who taught 5th grade last year at the Tomorrow Center and Pat Maxwell who tutored at the Tomorrow Center for three years. She was glad to be back for Thanksgiving. In back is Tomorrow Center Board member, Dixie Shinaberry. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_DSCN8002.jpgTomorrow Center fans are in front: Kaylyn Armstrong, left, who taught 5th grade last year at the Tomorrow Center and Pat Maxwell who tutored at the Tomorrow Center for three years. She was glad to be back for Thanksgiving. In back is Tomorrow Center Board member, Dixie Shinaberry. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel

The Tomorrow Center Thanksgiving Feast has become a favorite tradition that crowds the cafeteria. Students invite parents and grandparents, family and friends. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_DSCN7995.jpgThe Tomorrow Center Thanksgiving Feast has become a favorite tradition that crowds the cafeteria. Students invite parents and grandparents, family and friends. // Photo by Alberta Stojkovic | Morrow County Sentinel

By Alberta Stojkovic

for the Morrow County Sentinel