Families with children in Luzerne County’s non-public schools got a $25,000 boost in potential education funding thanks to a contribution through the state Education Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.
The Bridge Educational Foundation announced the donation from Waste Management at a media event hosted by WVMS.
Thank you Bridge and Waste Management!

Area educators and politicians gathered outside the Wyoming Valley Montessori School in Kingston to accept a $25,000 scholarship contribution provided through the Bridge Educational Foundation Thursday. From left, Mark Grochocki from state Sen. Lisa Baker’s office (R-Lehman Twp.), St. Nicholas-St. Mary School Principle Chris Tigue, Montessori’s Dennis Puhalla and Kara Taylor, John Hambrose of Waste Management, and state Rep. Aaron Kaufer (R-Kingston).