Students have first-hand experience with U.S. history

 

August 3, 2023

-Photo courtesy of Carson Potter

The opportunity to see the National Capitol, museums, memorials, and monuments, including our first president's house, left a lasting impression on him, including the White House.

By Carson Potter

Special to the Dayton Chronicle

DAYTON–A group of 25 students and nine adults from Pomeroy, Burbank and here, participated in the World Classroom program in early July this summer, visiting Washington D.C., Mt. Vernon, Virginia, and Gettysburg, Penn.

The World Classroom program gives middle- and high school-aged students a chance to visit and experience sites and places in a...



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