Miller Intermediate School celebrated National School Lunch Week by having special guests and holding drawings for prizes.
On Wednesday, Crescent City Chief of Police Robert Johnson, Sr. ate lunch at the school.
Anthony Vazquez and Edgar Iniestra won gift bags in the cafeteria’s prize drawing for sixth graders. Seventh-grader Gavin Bouttalong and eighth-grader Adrianna Burnham each won a basketball in their grade level prize drawings.
On Thursday, athletes from St. Johns River State College ate lunch with the students. Joe Pickins, president of the college, and the school’s Viking mascot also visited the cafeteria.
Parents were invited to eat lunch with their children, and throughout the week many took the opportunity to do so.
Anna Baggs, assistant cafeteria manager, organized the week’s activities.
For more photos of Miller Intermediate’s celebration of National School Lunch Week, see the Oct. 30 Palatka Daily News’ Schools section.