Geometry students from Pike School in Andover recently paired their math lessons with woodworking skills as they built toolboxes to donate to the Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore . Liza Waters, Secondary School Co-Advisor and Upper School Math Teacher, organized the project that was prepped and overseen by Bruce Letwin. Both Waters and Letwin sit on the Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors and are longtime volunteers for the organization.
The freshly painted and decorated toolboxes were presented to Steve Cheatham, Manager, and Joe Polenchar, Assistant Manager, of the ReStore. Proceeds from the sale of the toolboxes will benefit the community by supporting the efforts of the MV Habitat for Humanity.
A big thanks to Pike School, the students, Liza and Bruce. Great job!