It was a special day for students at St. Bernadette School.
The annual Grandparents Day brings their grandparents and "grandfriends" to the school for quality time.
There was a Mass, a reception, and then everyone went to the classrooms for special activities ranging from craft projects to musical performances.
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St. Bernadette principal John Stipek said Grandparents Day gave a chance for grandparents and grandchildren to see each other in a new light.
"This is a chance for the children to give back to their grandparents, and invite them to share a big part of the children's lives," he said. "Also, grandparents are usually doing stuff for the granchildren. This is the kids' chance to do something for their grandparents."
Friday was the third school Grandparents Day, and the first at St. Bernadette, for Carol and Tom Cousineau.
"I never realized how important Grandparents Day was," Tom said. "They love to show us their classrooms, their teachers, their friends."
Sixth-grader Carlton Wright invited Kathleen Cox for Grandparents Day, even though she's not his grandparent. She's what's called a "grandfriend."
Cox has no grandchildren of her own, and Wright's surviving grandparents live out of state.
"So he's my adopted grandson," Cox said.
"I trust her to tell her anything," Wright said.