South Breeze gets in the mood for the holidays

Second-grade teacher Amy Torres, second from left, jokes around with students, from left, Eunice Rubio , Ja'Quori Richey and Lillian Houchen. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now One of the wet/dry areas at South Breeze Elementary School in Newton smelled like Christmas on Thursday—a mixture of sugar, vanilla, more sugar, gumdrops and candy canes. A cornucopia of sugary little buildings rested on several tables, loosely representing the town of Newton as only can be represented during the holidays, as a “gingerbread” town, complete with Dillons, police station,

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