Playing Santa has become a tradition for the senior class. For the fourth year in a row, the seniors have shopped, wrapped and delivered gifts to Anderson School.   

While there, 17 of our students learned the ages of the many residents as well as what services are offered to them. Anderson Center Recreation Coordinator, Anna LaFerriere, introduced our seniors to an interactive computer game program called EyePlay. The games are played on a tiled floor.  Everyone had fun playing some of the games that include soccer, popping balloons and whack a mouse!

Lourdes Chaplain, Father Thomas Lutz, who also helped deliver gifts remarked “Congratulations to our senior class for another wonderful outreach project for children with special needs. There will be many smiling faces this Christmas season at the Anderson Center for Autism.”