Frank M. Silvia School Teacher Running the Boston Marathon for Charity!
Frank M. Silvia School was glad to pitch in when second grade teacher, Susan Darmody, announced that she'd be running in the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon on April 21. She was a runner in last year's Marathon as well. On "Mrs. Darmody Day" students and staff were delighted to learn that they'd raised $650.00 towards the "Bottom Line" Charity with their contributions from a dress down day. Mrs. Darmody is running for "Bottom Line" because it provides money to our local students who need assistance with funding their transition into college. The "Bottom Line" funds some of the many expenses incurred when starting college, such as application fees and books.
GO MRS. DARMODY! YOU CAN DO IT!