Field Trips of 2019

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Field Trips of 2019

Sophomores Greta Snukis, Justin Lescavage, Aaron Salisbury, and Destiny Angel pose infront of a blue chicken at the Washington D.C. National Art Museum. Justin Lescavage said, “I really enjoyed being involved with activities that allowed us to be engaged in both Pub and the city of D.C.”

Sophomores Greta Snukis, Justin Lescavage, Aaron Salisbury, and Destiny Angel pose infront of a blue chicken at the Washington D.C. National Art Museum. Justin Lescavage said, “I really enjoyed being involved with activities that allowed us to be engaged in both Pub and the city of D.C.”

D.C Museum Tour Guide

Sophomores Greta Snukis, Justin Lescavage, Aaron Salisbury, and Destiny Angel pose infront of a blue chicken at the Washington D.C. National Art Museum. Justin Lescavage said, “I really enjoyed being involved with activities that allowed us to be engaged in both Pub and the city of D.C.”

D.C Museum Tour Guide

D.C Museum Tour Guide

Sophomores Greta Snukis, Justin Lescavage, Aaron Salisbury, and Destiny Angel pose infront of a blue chicken at the Washington D.C. National Art Museum. Justin Lescavage said, “I really enjoyed being involved with activities that allowed us to be engaged in both Pub and the city of D.C.”

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Two cannons and a monument face toward the Gettysburg Battle Field. Freshman Tanya Johnson said, “I enjoyed the Gettysburg trip a lot. I liked the bus tour and seeing all the monuments. My favorite was the buffet.”

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Senior Michael Johnson Ponce has fun at Six Flags Great Adventure. He just finished a ride where he shot robots. He said, “I’m not a big fan of roller coasters, so I spent most of my time at Six Flags walking around and looking at all of the rides. The sky tram that went across the whole park was very good for getting a good view of everything, plus I enjoy being up high. I’d like to go again and see if I can go on the safari ride.”

D.C Museum Tour Guide
Sophomores Greta Snukis, Justin Lescavage, Aaron Salisbury, and Destiny Angel pose infront of a blue chicken at the Washington D.C. National Art Museum. Justin Lescavage said, “I really enjoyed being involved with activities that allowed us to be engaged in both Pub and the city of D.C.”

Juniors Tiarra Nelson and Lauren Woolam sit on a flower chair at Longwood Gardens. Tiarra stated, “I liked how they had a bench where one person would sit at one end and another person would sit at the opposite end and you could whisper to each other like they are right next to you.

 

Courtesy of Owen Golden
Junior Owen Golden hits the woah infront of the Statue of Liberty. He said, “I loved seeing the big lady in green who greets immigrant people into the wonderful country of America.”

Courtesy of Justin Lescavage
Preston Hunter does the T-Pose while a man behind him laughs. Sophomore Allison Campion attended the trip and said,”I enjoyed seeing how graphic design is used in the real world and how it is important for different reasons.”

Photo courtesy of Paula Heffner
Senior Jess Boyle poses with one of the friendly goats in the petting zoo at Lake Tobias. The life skills class visited Lake Tobias on June 6, 2019.

Paula Heffner
Photo courtesy of Paula Heffner
Enjoying the sunshine and fresh air in an open-topped bus, life skills students participate in the safari tour at Lake Tobias. On the tour, the class had close encounters with many large animals including elk, bison, Watusi, and deer.

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