Chapin School students and teachers prepare to deliver boxed lunches to St. Marys Cathedral in Trenton on Feb. 22, 2013. Pictured are (top) Miss Roman (Hamilton), Eve Brewer (Princeton), Martin Caforio (Princeton), Reid Covin (Princeton), Mr. Traegler (Plainsboro), Dhillon Choudhri (Lawrenceville), Ryan Neumann (Lawrenceville), Laine Kowalski (Ringoes), Inez Amer (Lawrenceville), Touria Salvati (Pennington), Robert Lynch (Lawrenceville), Aaron Baseman (Princeton), (bottom) Ridhimaa Thacker (Edison), Courtney Richter (Princeton), Tashi Bickford (Highstown), Melania Amer (Lawrenceville).

Students, teachers and parents participated in Chapin School’s annual Loaves & Fishes program.

Through this program, the school community makes bagged lunches and hot meals for a service day at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Trenton on Feb. 23.

Students decorated 750 bags that were filled with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, juice box, apple sauce, chips, cookies and hot chocolate mix. One student wrote “remember someone in this world loves you” on a lunch bag.

The participants worked in Chapin’s family groups, which are comprised of cross-aged students, teacher and staff. Groups meet twice a month.

Prior to that day, the Parents’ Association raised more than $700 at a bake sale where customers ranged from parents to their children

More information is online at chapinschool.org.