Students and faculty support Amy’s Angels

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Students and faculty support Amy’s Angels

Sophomores Vini Munshi and Olivia Bottalico show off their medals alongside social studies teacher Emma Tuthill and English teacher Katie Buckley after running the 5K on April 10.

Sophomores Vini Munshi and Olivia Bottalico show off their medals alongside social studies teacher Emma Tuthill and English teacher Katie Buckley after running the 5K on April 10.

Sophomores Vini Munshi and Olivia Bottalico show off their medals alongside social studies teacher Emma Tuthill and English teacher Katie Buckley after running the 5K on April 10.

Sophomores Vini Munshi and Olivia Bottalico show off their medals alongside social studies teacher Emma Tuthill and English teacher Katie Buckley after running the 5K on April 10.

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After promoting the Amy’s Angels 5K sponsored by the Class of 2018, on April 13, 115 people crossed the finish line. More community members participated by volunteering or raising money towards the cause.

People of all ages either ran or walked the 5K to support the cause. Many of the runners were sophomore students who came to support. Sophomore Haley Prisloe enjoyed the community experience itself when participating in the race.

“The experience that I had was rewarding because I got to see a lot of people in my community coming together for a great cause,” Prisloe said.

Runners also enjoyed the route of the race and running with friends and family.

“I enjoyed the race because it was different than other races that I have done. We were in the woods not just running on a track or the street, and this made it more interesting and made it a fun experience,” sophomore Amy Driscoll said.

Many ran or walked with a group and supported the cause together.

“My experience was great because I got to have a ton of fun with my friends running the 5K, and I also knew that I was doing something great for people that needed it through the charity,” sophomore Kate Gregory said.

There were many teachers and staff at the race including English teachers Katie Buckley and Vanessa Clark-Bligh, social studies teachers Emma Tuthill and Patrick Mulcahy and Assistant Principal Curt Pandiscio.

Pandiscio was very pleased with the outcome of the race and had won third overall. He was glad to see so many students representing and supporting the student council.

“It was a lot of fun. There were a ton of kids there and a whole bunch of teachers I didn’t expect to see. We all went out. We hung out beforehand and had a really good time,” Pandiscio said.  

After running the 5K, sophomore Vini Munshi finished with a time of 20:38 feeling proud of his accomplishment.

“Despite the cold weather, my efforts succeeded as I somehow placed first in my age division. The experience was rather magnificent, and I’m very proud to have been a part of it,” Munshi said.