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Countryside Montessori students (far left) Rino Calise and Oliver Coppieters strategize during the World Peace Game, held June 1-5 at the school. (Photos submitted)
Children crowd around the World Peace Game structure as John Hunter (back row, second from left) supervises.
Matt Yan, Editor
1:10 pm CDT June 9, 2015

War was declared, missiles were fired, and billions of dollars changed hands at Countryside Montessori last week. Despite how it might sound, the school wasn’t the site of an apocalyptic disaster. The actions were actually part of a weeklong global simulation known as the World Peace Game, devised by world-renowned educator John Hunter.