TAG middle schoolers visit Pennsylvania


On June 8-11, 2016 Greenfield Middle School students in the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program traveled to Philadelphia and throughout the state of Pennsylvania where they learned about America’s history. While in Philadelphia students visited the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Christ Church, the Benjamin Franklin Museum and print shop, and the National Constitution Center. Students also traveled to Hershey World where they learned about Milton Hershey’s contributions to the town of Hershey, Pa. as well as education and MS research. In Harrisburg, Pa. the students visited the National Civil War Museum where they participated in a scavenger hunt to learn about the Civil War. On the final day of the trip the students visited Fallingwater, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s. They wrapped up their trip with a visit to Fort Necessity, a fort which was built during the French and Indian War.


On June 8-11, 2016 Greenfield Middle School students in the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program traveled to Philadelphia and throughout the state of Pennsylvania where they learned about America’s history. While in Philadelphia students visited the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Christ Church, the Benjamin Franklin Museum and print shop, and the National Constitution Center. Students also traveled to Hershey World where they learned about Milton Hershey’s contributions to the town of Hershey, Pa. as well as education and MS research. In Harrisburg, Pa. the students visited the National Civil War Museum where they participated in a scavenger hunt to learn about the Civil War. On the final day of the trip the students visited Fallingwater, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s. They wrapped up their trip with a visit to Fort Necessity, a fort which was built during the French and Indian War.

On June 8-11, 2016 Greenfield Middle School students in the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program traveled to Philadelphia and throughout the state of Pennsylvania where they learned about America’s history. While in Philadelphia students visited the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Christ Church, the Benjamin Franklin Museum and print shop, and the National Constitution Center. Students also traveled to Hershey World where they learned about Milton Hershey’s contributions to the town of Hershey, Pa. as well as education and MS research. In Harrisburg, Pa. the students visited the National Civil War Museum where they participated in a scavenger hunt to learn about the Civil War. On the final day of the trip the students visited Fallingwater, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s. They wrapped up their trip with a visit to Fort Necessity, a fort which was built during the French and Indian War.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_TAGmiddleschool.jpgOn June 8-11, 2016 Greenfield Middle School students in the Talented and Gifted (TAG) program traveled to Philadelphia and throughout the state of Pennsylvania where they learned about America’s history. While in Philadelphia students visited the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Christ Church, the Benjamin Franklin Museum and print shop, and the National Constitution Center. Students also traveled to Hershey World where they learned about Milton Hershey’s contributions to the town of Hershey, Pa. as well as education and MS research. In Harrisburg, Pa. the students visited the National Civil War Museum where they participated in a scavenger hunt to learn about the Civil War. On the final day of the trip the students visited Fallingwater, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s. They wrapped up their trip with a visit to Fort Necessity, a fort which was built during the French and Indian War.
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