Westlake Schools revive annual senior citizen dinner tradition
Westlake City Schools invited senior citizens from the community to dinner at Westlake High School on May 11. Approximately 75 senior residents of Westlake enjoyed dinner prepared by the high school kitchen staff and served by students from the Key Club and National Honor Society.
The Company D Show Choir performed. Some guests even danced to music provided by the Jazz Ensemble. Both the vocal and music programs have recently received recognition in state competition.
“It was fun to bring this event back to life," said Superintendent Dr. Scott Goggin. "We enjoyed being able to connect with some of our senior citizens. This dinner enables people to visit our high school building and interact with the students even if they don’t have a direct connection to the schools.”