We are getting very excited about the upcoming trip to Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia on May 17 - May 21, 2019. This trip is going to be a blast, and we don't want any of your classmates missing out on this fantastic opportunity! Please help spread the word to any of your friends who might be interested, and have them sign up for the trip before the extended enrollment deadline of December 1, 2018. Please contact Mrs. Dawson for more information.
On the trip you will have the opportunity to travel with your friends for five days and see the following incredible locations: National Mall, Washington Monument, Petersen House and Ford’s Theatre; Jefferson, FDR, and MLK Jr. Memorials; Arlington National Cemetery - Burial grounds for American Military personnel, Changing of the Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Robert E. Lee Mansion, and Kennedy gravesites; Iwo Jima Memorial, U.S. Capitol Building, Library of Congress and Supreme Court, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Lincoln, Korean, Vietnam, and WWII Memorials; Mt. Vernon - George Washington’s home and plantation; Old Town Alexandria - One of the oldest and most historic American cities; Smithsonian Museums, Baltimore Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry - birthplace of the National Anthem; Independence Park Area - Constitution Center, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Franklin Court, and the Betsy Ross House.
The October Students of the Month were: Vincent Aggas-Murphy, Jarren Big Man, Gage Coder, Isabelle Iverson, Myah Kunz, Aspen Martin, Gracie Proctor, Karen Scheaffer, Maddie Skidmore, Kai Stekar and Garrett Watts. Students are selected by the staff for exemplifying our Pride acronym.