Pre-kindergarten students at Holy Rosary School in Duryea make vegetable soup


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Mikaela Lohman, left, Mrs. Lisa Simkulak, pre-school teacher; and Nora McNamera get ready to mix ingredients in a pot to make vegetable soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V.


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Reagan Martin, left, and Eli Licari add vegetables to their soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V.


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Maddie Mihalka, left, Principal Candice Lee and Ryan Donelan pose with vegetables used to make soup as an activity for students to learn about the letter V.


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DURYEA – The pre-kindergarten class of Holy Rosary School recently made vegetable soup as a culminating activity to its lesson on the letter V. Each student supplied a vegetable to add to the delicious treat.

Mikaela Lohman, left, Mrs. Lisa Simkulak, pre-school teacher; and Nora McNamera get ready to mix ingredients in a pot to make vegetable soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_HR-Soup-2.jpgMikaela Lohman, left, Mrs. Lisa Simkulak, pre-school teacher; and Nora McNamera get ready to mix ingredients in a pot to make vegetable soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V. Submitted photos

Reagan Martin, left, and Eli Licari add vegetables to their soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_HR-Soup-3.jpgReagan Martin, left, and Eli Licari add vegetables to their soup as part of an activity to learn about the letter V. Submitted photos

Maddie Mihalka, left, Principal Candice Lee and Ryan Donelan pose with vegetables used to make soup as an activity for students to learn about the letter V.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_HR-Soup.jpgMaddie Mihalka, left, Principal Candice Lee and Ryan Donelan pose with vegetables used to make soup as an activity for students to learn about the letter V. Submitted photos

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