Koda 6th-grader Ivan Aviles was the Grand Prize Winner of the PEP Project Kind Wonder-inspired poster contest. More info and photos…

Written by on March 29, 2018 in Photos

Koda 6th-grader Ivan Aviles was the Grand Prize Winner of the PEP Project Kind Wonder-inspired poster contest.

Koda Counselor, Isaiah Vail, presented the Grand Prize and Congressman Paul Tonko presented Ivan with a Congressional Award!

The award-winning book Wonder by RJ Palacio is read in classrooms across the country to teach lessons about compassion, tolerance, and acceptance. Students in the Capital Region were invited to join a movement of kindness inspired by a local 12-year-old Wonder kid named Megan who lives with a facial difference.

PEP’s Project Kind

Hundreds of students from 5 area schools  joined this movement of kindness by entering a Wonder-inspired poster contest. The winning artwork can be seen at PEPProjectKind.com and was on display at Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas, Saratoga Springs.

Koda 6th-grader Ivan Aviles was the Grand Prize Winner of the PEP Project Kind Wonder-inspired poster contest.  Koda Counselor, Isaiah Vail, presented the Grand Prize and Congressman Paul Tonko presented Ivan with a Congressional Award!  The award-winning book Wonder by RJ Palacio is read in classrooms across the country to teach lessons about compassion, tolerance, and acceptance. Students in the Capital Region were invited to join a movement of kindness inspired by a local 12-year-old Wonder kid named Megan who lives with a facial difference.  PEP’s Project Kind  Hundreds of students from 5 area schools  joined this movement of kindness by entering a Wonder-inspired poster contest. The winning artwork can be seen at PEPProjectKind.com and was on display at Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas, Saratoga Springs. Koda 6th-grader Ivan Aviles was the Grand Prize Winner of the PEP Project Kind Wonder-inspired poster contest.  Koda Counselor, Isaiah Vail, presented the Grand Prize and Congressman Paul Tonko presented Ivan with a Congressional Award!  The award-winning book Wonder by RJ Palacio is read in classrooms across the country to teach lessons about compassion, tolerance, and acceptance. Students in the Capital Region were invited to join a movement of kindness inspired by a local 12-year-old Wonder kid named Megan who lives with a facial difference.  PEP’s Project Kind  Hundreds of students from 5 area schools  joined this movement of kindness by entering a Wonder-inspired poster contest. The winning artwork can be seen at PEPProjectKind.com and was on display at Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas, Saratoga Springs. Koda 6th-grader Ivan Aviles was the Grand Prize Winner of the PEP Project Kind Wonder-inspired poster contest.  Koda Counselor, Isaiah Vail, presented the Grand Prize and Congressman Paul Tonko presented Ivan with a Congressional Award!  The award-winning book Wonder by RJ Palacio is read in classrooms across the country to teach lessons about compassion, tolerance, and acceptance. Students in the Capital Region were invited to join a movement of kindness inspired by a local 12-year-old Wonder kid named Megan who lives with a facial difference.  PEP’s Project Kind  Hundreds of students from 5 area schools  joined this movement of kindness by entering a Wonder-inspired poster contest. The winning artwork can be seen at PEPProjectKind.com and was on display at Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas, Saratoga Springs.

 

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