South Rutland Elementary School teacher. (Contributed)

South Rutland Elementary teachers organize baking for Mother’s Day

Grade four and five educators purchased supplies for students to bake cakes for mother’s day

Some mothers in South Rutland received a special treat on Mother’s day thanks to the grade four and five teachers at South Rutland Elementary.

The educators bought and organized cake supplies for pickup, held a Zoom meeting and made sure the kids were ready to bake Mother’s Day cakes.

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