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Coordinated by Captain Parents

Coordinate "switching" directly with the other family. Email annesantamaria@optonline.net to update the chart.

 
DATE 
PASTA DISHES
50 “hungry men”
SALAD
(Caesar is preferred)
BREAD
(garlic preferred)
WATER &
 Gatorade
Dessert
(cookies & brownies)
09/07
Santamaria
Peyton
DiMeglio

Hirtenstein

Stuebe

Randazzo
Sawyer
Sawyer
Schiff-Denota
Kins
09/14
Stack
Akers
Baisley
Lucas
Rubin   
Strouch
Bower
Goetz
Phiffer
Watson
09/21
McNally
Samaranayake
Fruhbeis

Lucas

Dimeglio

McGlone
Marshalko
Martinez
 
Barcello
Beck

 

10/05
Stack
Baisley
Akers

Milne

Strouch

Stuebe
McGuire
McGuire
Cassol
Lawrence
10/12
McNally
Fruhbeis
Samaranayake

 

Rubin

Hirtinstein

Milne
 
Okin
Parker
McGuire
Sawyer
10/19
SantaMaria
Peyton
DiMeglio

Randazzo

McGlone

Fruhbeis

Sobol

Barcello

Parker
Martinez
10/27
please note this is a
Friday
Samaranayake
Randazzo
Akers

SantaMaria

Peyton

Rubin
Beck
Cassol
Sobol
Okine
11/02
Stack
Baisley
McNally

Stuebe

Milne

Lucas
 Watson
Lawrence

 

Schiff-Denota
Marshalko
11/09
SantaMaria
Peyton
DiMeglio

McGlone

Strouch

Hirtinstein
Kins 
Phifer
Bower
Goetz
           

      11/22 Special Team & Alumni Dinner Pizza Dinner (night before Turkey Bowl)

 

IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE FULFILL YOUR SPOT PLEASE SWITCH WITH ANOTHER FAMILY.

 

TEAM DINNER PROCESS
  • LOCATION: WHS cafeteria the day before EACH VARSITY game
  • TIME: After practice – following on line practice schedule – anticipate 5PM-5:30 for eating  
  • Items are assigned beginning of year. If you can't meat your obligation, switch with someone and notify one of the Captains Parents
  • Dinner items should be dropped off in cafeteria 30 minutes prior to dinner start (drop off at 4.30pm).  Team captain parents serve and host.

    • HOT STUFF: If you are unable to drop items off hot (bread & pasta) at 4:30pm, drop off to Meg Lawrence the night before or earlier in the day and she will heat items and bring to the cafeteria where we keep it hot in the foil. If using a caterer (like Calises), they will deliver hot to the school for free.

    • SALAD/DRINKS/DESSERTS: If you can't get them to the school at 4:30pm, drop off to Jen Fruhbeis earlier in the day etc.

 
FOOD INSTRUCTIONS (assume everything should be nut free):
Drop off all items by 4:30pm in School Cafeteria. Pasta & bread should be HOT. (See above.) 
 
 
  • PASTA: Responsibility:  3 Seniors families to cover 3 GIANT pans.
    • 3 full trays (EACH TRAY MUST BE AT LEAST 12" X 19" X 4" FULL! Each tray should feed 18-20 people.   These trays are GIANT, and available at Stop & Shop, or what places like Calises or Stews uses as a large double tray.  One tray is the equivalent of about be 4 standard large Kirkland or Stauffer lasagana pans.  (If making your own pasta, buy a tray, fill it with bags of pasta at the store (shape is your choice!)  and you know how much to buy!) 
    • Pasta sauce must be hot/warm!!  We will keep covered in foil until ready to serve.
    • Some parents have ordered a tray of pasta from Calises, Stews, or Fortunas.  A "Tray" should feed 18-20 people.  Calises delivers hot to the caferteria.
 
  • SALAD:  
    • bring dressing, croutons and parm-cheese "on the side." We will "toss it up" right before dinner.
    • Typically 2 large foil casserole serving trays (12"x19") do the job.  (approx 5 large bags of salad per tray).  We have salad bowels if needed.
    • It takes approximately 3 bottles of Caesar dressing to cover 10 bags of lettuce.
    • Can always order 2 Caesar salad trays from Stews or Calises too (with dressing, croutons & cheese on the side.) 
  • BREAD  
    • Bring bread for 50 people (approximately 8 loves, pre-sliced)  The boys love HOT garlic bread!
    • Suggest pre-cut & buttered either in foil loaves or foil trays (to keep warm)
    • Don't forget to get it to Meg Lawrence so she can heat it and bring it hot if you are unable to heat beforehand. 
 
  • DRINKS:   
    • Bring cases by 4:30 so we can get it on ice. (Captains parents will have coolers and get ice from school kitchen or training room.) 
    • In total, need 90-100 bottles (assuming most Trojans drink two bottles)
    • Suggest bringing 2 cases (24+) waters (so approx 48 water bottles)  
    • AND bringing 40 medium to large size sports drinks (Gatorade)
 
  • DESERTS: 
    • Cookies and brownies are very popular. Minimum 60 cookies and 60 Brownies assuming each person eats 2.  Volunteers can decide who does what.