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5th Annual Fall Festival at Goddard School in Snellville

Goddard School in Snellville's 5th Annual Fall Festival Event on October 20th, 2012

What a wonderful time we had at our 5th Annual Fall Festival here at Goddard School in Snellville.

Students, parents and staff enjoyed a beautiful Fall day filled with so many exciting activities. Families enjoyed our hayride around the school with Farmer T. and his tractor. Students tested their skills as they navigated their way through our mini-corn maze to find themselves in our Pumpkin Patch.

Students carefully selected their pumpkin to take home and had the option to decorate it at our pumpkin decorating station. Students had other opportunities to express their creativity at our Sand Art Station and our Bead-Bracelet Making Station. 

The bouncy slide was a huge hit as students, parents and even teachers joined in the fun. Games and snacks, music and dancing were a fun part of the day and students enjoyed trying to win a cake participating in our Cake Walk.

A special "Thank You" to Snellville Fire Department Station #9 for bringing their fire truck and equipment for students to get a close look and a hands-on experience. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in our event. Our 5th Annual Fall Festival was a huge success and families left with big smiles, arm loads of goodies and very sleepy children. The parents and staff were ready for a nap as well.

Thanks to everyone for coming out and joining us.

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