MONTESSORI STUDENTS MAKE SANDWICHES

MONTESSORI STUDENTS MAKE SANDWICHES FOR SOUP KITCHEN-Students of the Wyoming Valley Montessori School made sandwiches for the St. Vincent de Paul Kitchen in Wilkes-Barre as part of a community service outreach project. The students, from Pre-K through sixth grade, worked in teams to create over three hundred sandwiches. WVMS was founded in 1970 by a group of parents interested in the educational philosophies of Dr. Marie Montessori. The school has a staff of 30 and an enrollment of over 140 students. It is an independent, non-profit co-educational day school and is fully accredited by the American Montessori Society and the Middle States Association Commission on Elementary Schools. Among the Wyoming Valley Montessori School students who participated in the sandwich project for the St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen, are shown, from left: Jacob Kristeller, Nathan Kile, William Filali, Remedy Allport, Zaiden Kaminsky, Mountain Top; Chloe Orfanella, Allyma Scharrer, Alexis Kostoff, Eliana Parra, and Jason Piavis, Wapwallopen.