Students have breakfast with Santa


Neighbors | Shaiyla Hakeem .Boardman residents Madison Harding (clockwise from left) and sister, Ashley, enjoyed breakfast with their father, James, mother, Trisha and baby brother, Brady, during Market Street Elementary's Breakfast with Santa Dec. 4. Students and family members were invited to the Christmas celebration.


Neighbors | Shaiyla Hakeem .Boardman's Lucas Sebrell (left) sat with his brother, Alex, for a picture with Santa Claus and his wife. Each student took pictures with the Christmas couple and received a free copy of the photo.


Neighbors | Shaiyla Hakeem .Market Street Elementary first-graders Anthony Noday (left) and Carter Mraz ate with one another Dec. 4 during Breakfast with Santa. Food was donated and prepared by the school's PTA.


Neighbors | Shaiyla Hakeem .Market Street Elementary kindergartner Prysaud King wrote a letter to Santa Dec. 4 telling him that she loved him. She gave him the letter before taking a picture with him.

Market Street Elementary students and their families had breakfast with Santa on Saturday.

The menu included pancakes, sausage, french toast and chocolate milk. In addition to a free meal, students were able to have a photo taken with Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

Some students decided to color portraits of reindeers and write letters to Santa, while others shopped in Santa’s workshop. A Chinese auction for gift baskets was available for students and parents to participate in.

Donations of winter gloves and mittens were being hung on the school’s giving tree that will be used to provide winter apparel to students in the school who are in need.

Breakfast with Santa was sponsored by the school’s PTA and monies raised will be used for future school events.