A rich harvest of learningby TheSpecTV | 1 year ago | 2440 page views
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The Montessori Adolescent Program in Dundas, a not-for-profit satellite program of the Dundas Valley Montessori School, is quite a special project. The kids in it – Grades 6 and 7 ages – make their own hot lunches in the kitchen there and serve it restaurant style to students, staff and parents if they want. Their big thing is running a Harvest Festival, selling all kinds of things they’ve made themselves, to the community in advance of Halloween. Aidan Copcutt and Beatrice Lloyd, who were the cooks for this lunch of pasta and salad, serve up their fare.