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Washington, D.C. Trip Fall of 2018

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CALENDAR WINNERS

MAY 1 - TIM JAMISON AND PAULINE MALONE

MAY 2 - DAVE K. AND RICH WHYDE

MAY 3 - KATIE KOELSCH and RUTH WEISENBERGER 

MAY 4 - DICK SOCHA  AND DAVE EVERY

MAY 5 - BONNIE BROWN  AND JOHN MURPHY

MAY 6 - DAVID BALL AND MIKE BENKO

MAY 7 -  BECKY RUH AND KELLIE PALMER

MAY 8 - KEVIN RUTHERFORD AND WAYNE ROESCH

MAY 9 - PHYLLIS HEMMINGER AND RON HOLZMAN

MAY 10 - BETHANY JO AND VON YINGLING

MAY 11 - GWEN BUMB AND JIM HITESHEW

MAY 12 - DONNA BAKEWELL AND ALI WILCOX

MAY 13 -  MOLLI KOCHENSPARGER AND DAYNA SCOTT

MAY 14 -  CHRIS LOCHOTSKI AND ALAN LIEBER

MAY 15 -   JAMES LASALLE AND BOB LOCKNECKER 

MAY 16 -  BRETT LEIMEISTER AND  STEPHEN SNEIDER

MAY 17 - LYNETTE WARE AND DENNIS WOHLEVER 

MAY 18 - AUSTIN BYERS AND MARK SCHLESSMAN

MAY 19  - BRIAN MILLER AND MARGE HERMES

MAY 20 - JOHN BARTH AND JULIE SHUPE

MAY 21  -MIKE SANDERS AND DENISE ROMELL

MAY 22- JILL GIBSON AND BRITTANY HOWELL

MAY 23 -   MATT VOGUS AND AMY NICKOLI

MAY 24-  KRISSY DUPONT AND THOMAS OTT

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Washington, D.C. October 31-November 3, 2017

After a full year of preparation, the 8th grade class at Edison Middle School loaded the busses on Tuesday night, October 31st for their trip to Washington, D.C.  Students and chaperones alike, visited many sites and learned much about the history and government of our nation.  Highlights of the trip included a walking tour of the many monuments and memorials, a visit to Mount Vernon to tour Washington’s home, and time spent at the Newseum, where students learned the role the media has played in reporting historical events as well as how our First Amendment is vital to our society.  Additionally, the trip included an emotional tour of the Holocaust Museum, as well as a visit to Arlington National Ceremony to witness the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.  While there, four of our EMS students participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb, allowing our school to pay respect to the many men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in creating and defending our nation.  On the trip back to Ohio, the busses stopped in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for a guided tour of the battlefield that served as a turning point of the Civil War.  It truly was a memorable trip for all and hopefully just one of many opportunities our students will have to travel and learn about their nation.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 May 2018 )  

Mrs. Cynthia Carrier-Vajda

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 February 2018 21:48
 
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