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John Adams' First Annual "Harvest Feast" Serves Over 200 Guests

Over 200 people in the Adams community recently enjoyed a turkey dinner, made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor. Students from Scranton High and Northeast Intermediate served the meals to guests.

Great job Mr. Emiliani, students, teachers, and staff! Special thanks to Aramark and our maintenance staff. #BulldogBrigade

Adams Delivers Harvest Feast Leftovers to St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen

John Adams Elementary had several pans of leftover food from their first annual "Harvest Feast" which fed over 200 people. Principal Mario Emiliani decided to keep spreading the holiday cheer by donating the leftovers to the St. Francis of Assisi soup kitchen. The chef was very grateful for the thoughtful gesture!

Way to go, #BulldogBrigade!

Special thanks to our maintenance staff for helping with the delivery!

Lackawanna College Donates Backpacks

Big thank to Lackawanna College for donating over 50 backpacks to our students! Their students and staff have been helping our school community for several years and we are incredibly grateful.

Back to School Night

The John Adams community held their annual "Back to School Night" last evening. The students and their families enjoyed a visit from the district's STEAM Mobile!
Thank you to the staff and teachers who made this possible, and to the students and families for showing their Bulldog pride!

Anonymous Donor Gives Washer and Dryer to Adams

A very charitable individual has donated a washer and dryer to Adams. The appliances will be a big help throughout the year during uniform drives and clothing sales. Whoever you are, THANK YOU for being so thoughtful!

Young Democrats Donate Backpacks to Adams Students

The Lackawanna County Young Democrats recently held a backpack drive to benefit students in the Scranton School District. Today, over 100 backpacks filled with school supplies were dropped off to Willard and Adams Elementary!

Adams Receives 200 Free Railriders Tickets

200 Adams Elementary students and their families will be attending tonight's Railriders playoff game for free! Mrs. Fried reached out to the organization when she heard that "Mr. October" Reggie Jackson would be attending the game to discuss the importance of education and staying in school.
Big thank you to the Railriders, and way to go Mrs. Fried!
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