Eat pasta, support Village High School

Event will raise money for program that rewards good students

Pasta, pasta and more pasta is on the menu March 26 at Village High School. The pasta feed, which will be served from 4 to 7 p.m., is a joint effort by students, teachers and staff to encourage students to achieve their goals.

Proceeds from the event will support activities and incentives for the remainder of the school year. Village's Student Incentive Program encourages and rewards good attendance and improved achievement in school.

The menu includes lasagna, with or without meat; salad; garlic bread; cookies and a drink. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students and seniors, and $3 for children under 8. Take-out is also available if ordered in advance. The meal will be served in the school's multipurpose room, located on Bernal Avenue near the Pleasanton Unified School District offices.

For advance orders or questions, call 426-4260 or email


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