The Value of Travel: 6th and 7th Graders Visit NYC

There is nothing more satisfying than to see up close and understand and appreciate what you are seeing and experiencing. This month, the sixth and seventh grade class did just that. They went to New York City for a three-day trip and visited places that featured topics of the lessons they learned throughout the year. Their recent studies in astronomy, mineralogy, and human physiology, gave them a genuine interest as they visited The Cloisters (part of the MET), Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty, Natural History Museum and these exhibits: 

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