Article Tools

Font size
+
Share This
EmailFacebookTwitter

Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2018:09:19 14:55:13

Kathy Ann Richards’ first grade class with Uncle Sam, first row, from left, are Vincenzo Brogna, Luis Texis, Vincent Wallace, Chelsea McFarland, Sophia Pantucci, Kairi O’Neill, Chase Dudek, Lindsay Culp, Dylan Mlaker, Holly Emma, Avery Endres, Zachary Capitano and Emmy Mangold. Second row: Alex Clark, Emerson Bomber, Antoinette Nardone, Ambree Cherin, Jared Jones, Brayden Yonki, Parker Jones, Nathan Conway, Maika Fediw, Layla Marks, Michael DeAngelo, Drew Whitling, Stephan Sedon, Robert Romanski, Savannah Corcoran and Rhilynd Leschinsky.

Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2018:09:19 14:17:10

Above, Parker McAndrew was one of the student volunteers who took part in the show. At left, is Lydia Luvender, who performed in the show as the Statue of Liberty.

Uncle Sam’s Comedy Jam recently stopped by the Martin F. Quinn Primary Center in the Pittston Area School District. The school’s Parent Teacher Organization brought the show to the school to celebrate Constitution Day. The Comedy Jam is an educational celebration of American freedom. The Bill of Rights and Constitution were there as part of the program, and so was the Statue of Liberty. Teachers and students enjoyed watching as Uncle Sam, with help from the Statue of Liberty and 16 volunteers, taught the fundamental beliefs that unite all Americans. During this special history lesson, kindergarten and first grade students learned how America became a free nation.