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May
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The 8th Grade Explores Washington, DC & Philadelphia!

Thursday, May 18, 2017 (Day 4): The 8th Grade ended their journey at Six Flags Great Adventure Park, where they rode roller coasters and enjoyed being among their closest friends. We wish our 8th Graders luck as they get ready to enter High School. We will miss you in our Middle School hallways!

  • 8th Grade's Last Day Before Heading Home

    Six Flags Great Adventure Park

 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 (Day 3): Our 8th Grade crew headed to Philadelphia where they had a blast at Hershey Chocolate World and learned about making chocolate, and the Hershey family legacy. Afterward, they took a tour of the Mikvah Israel Congregation, the second oldest in the United States. Outside the synagogue, students paid their respects to the Yoni Netanyahu Memorial (brother of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu) that stands right outside the synagogue. Our Warriors also took a tour of the National Museum of Jewish American History, visited the Liberty Bell and had a walking tour of historic Philadelphia. Some perks included visiting the Betsy Ross house, and running the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, made famous in the Rocky Movies.

  • 8th Grade's Third Day Began In Philadelphia

    Mikvah Israel Congregation, Yoni Netanyahu Memorial & Tour Of Philadelphia

 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 (Day 2): The second day of touring began with a trip to Capitol Hill where students saw firsthand the inner workings of the United States government. After, they took a trip to the Air and Space Museum and learned about the beginning of our modern aviation system. Then they headed over to Arlington National Cemetery where they visited the Kennedy Memorial and witnessed the changing of the guards. They also took time to celebrate Joshua Posner's and Deborah Winer's birthdays! 

  • 8th Grade's Second Day In Washington, DC

    Capitol Hill, Air & Space Museum, Arlington National Cemetery & Birthdays

 

Monday, May 15, 2017 (Day 1): The 8th graders have landed in Washington, DC! It was already a full day of site seeing. Students experienced the United States Holocaust Museum, visited the FDR, Jefferson, Martin Luther King Jr., and Lincoln memorials. The group stopped by the White House for a picture and ended the day with a night of bowling!

  • 8th Grade's First Day In Washington, DC

    United States Holocaust Museum, Memorial Visits, the White House & Bowling
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