Greenfield students tour southeastern Ohio


Chaperones and elementary students in Greenfield’s Talented and Gifted (TAG) program are pictured on June 3 in front of The Castle in Marietta, Ohio. On June 3-4 the students traveled to Marietta and Cumberland, Ohio and Parkersburg, W. Va. for the annual TAG trip. During the trip students visited The Castle, Campus Martius, The Ohio River Museum, and The Snyder Boat. They also took a guided walking tour of Marietta where they learned about some of the history of the city, particularly related to the floods that occurred in the early 1900s. Students also visited Blennerhassett Island in West Virginia and ended their trip with a visit to The Wilds safari park in Cumberland, Ohio where they saw giraffes, zebras, and camels as well as other wild animals.


Chaperones and elementary students in Greenfield’s Talented and Gifted (TAG) program are pictured on June 3 in front of The Castle in Marietta, Ohio. On June 3-4 the students traveled to Marietta and Cumberland, Ohio and Parkersburg, W. Va. for the annual TAG trip. During the trip students visited The Castle, Campus Martius, The Ohio River Museum, and The Snyder Boat. They also took a guided walking tour of Marietta where they learned about some of the history of the city, particularly related to the floods that occurred in the early 1900s. Students also visited Blennerhassett Island in West Virginia and ended their trip with a visit to The Wilds safari park in Cumberland, Ohio where they saw giraffes, zebras, and camels as well as other wild animals.

Chaperones and elementary students in Greenfield’s Talented and Gifted (TAG) program are pictured on June 3 in front of The Castle in Marietta, Ohio. On June 3-4 the students traveled to Marietta and Cumberland, Ohio and Parkersburg, W. Va. for the annual TAG trip. During the trip students visited The Castle, Campus Martius, The Ohio River Museum, and The Snyder Boat. They also took a guided walking tour of Marietta where they learned about some of the history of the city, particularly related to the floods that occurred in the early 1900s. Students also visited Blennerhassett Island in West Virginia and ended their trip with a visit to The Wilds safari park in Cumberland, Ohio where they saw giraffes, zebras, and camels as well as other wild animals.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TAGelementary-1.jpgChaperones and elementary students in Greenfield’s Talented and Gifted (TAG) program are pictured on June 3 in front of The Castle in Marietta, Ohio. On June 3-4 the students traveled to Marietta and Cumberland, Ohio and Parkersburg, W. Va. for the annual TAG trip. During the trip students visited The Castle, Campus Martius, The Ohio River Museum, and The Snyder Boat. They also took a guided walking tour of Marietta where they learned about some of the history of the city, particularly related to the floods that occurred in the early 1900s. Students also visited Blennerhassett Island in West Virginia and ended their trip with a visit to The Wilds safari park in Cumberland, Ohio where they saw giraffes, zebras, and camels as well as other wild animals.
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