Sixty-five Circleville Middle School students spent the last three days of their 8th grade year exploring Washington, DC. They visited a multitude of memorials, including those of Martin Luther King, The Vietnam War, and Lincoln, in addition to shaking hands with veterans at the World War II Memorial. Students also visited the National Cathedral, the Holocaust Museum, their choice of Smithsonian Museums, and Mount Vernon. Travelers also spent time cruising down the Potomac, showing off their dance skills at the Deejayed event or soaking up some sun on the top deck. They also enjoyed ice cream and dipping their tired feet in several fountains outside the Smithsonian Museums.
The changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers.
Madison Imler, Maddison Hess, Taylor Hedges, Kaitlyn Cooper, Amber Peters, Kali Hren, Peyton Otterbacher, Mollie Harber, Victoria Sprague, and Bethany Tolbert cooling off in the fountain of the Sculpture Garden.
Our students were shaking hands and thanking veterans for their service at the WWII Memorial.
Taylor Hedges and Madison Imler
Santana Fowler, Alyssa Smith, Shelby Matthews, and Kayla Sark in front of the Washington Monument.
Branden Ward in front of the White House.
Briaunna Smith and Aubree Cunningham in front of the Iwo Jima Memorial.
Felicity Smith and Briaunna Smith in front of the Lincoln statue at the Lincoln Memorial