Students, Teachers, and Parents Alike Gather for See You at the Pole

By Mary Maselli
MANAGING EDITOR

Photo by Mary Maselli

Photo by Mary Maselli

Each year students around America gather around their school’s flagpole to pray together.

This year’s See You at the Pole was much anticipated, and the great turnout proved that.

Many teachers, parents, and students came together on Wednesday, September 23rd early in the morning in an act of fellowship and prayer.

Immediately following the morning activities, all were invited inside for a pancake breakfast prepared by Mr. John Contes and hosted by Mrs. Carolyn Sanicola. All were able to unwind and prepare for the day while enjoying delicious food.

Smithtown Christian is a very fortunate place, because prayer is highly encouraged on campus.

See You at the Pole is an optional event, run by students, in many schools across America, but SCS makes a special point to include thanks in its prayer time.

Students, parents, and teachers are all encouraged to pray for the school and nation all year round, however See You at the Pole remains a highly anticipated event year after year.

Each year students around America gather around their school’s flagpole to pray together.

This year’s See You at the Pole was much anticipated, and the great turnout proved that.

Many teachers, parents, and students came together on Wednesday, September 23rd early in the morning in an act of fellowship and prayer.

Immediately following the morning activities, all were invited inside for a pancake breakfast prepared by Mr. John Contes and hosted by Mrs. Carolyn Sanicola. All were able to unwind and prepare for the day while enjoying delicious food.

Smithtown Christian is a very fortunate place, because prayer is highly encouraged on campus.

See You at the Pole is an optional event, run by students, in many schools across America, but SCS makes a special point to include thanks in its prayer time.

Students, parents, and teachers are all encouraged to pray for the school and nation all year round, however See You at the Pole remains a highly anticipated event year after year.

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