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St. Charles Borromeo middle schoolers visit Gettysburg

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November 20, 2007 at 2:50 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

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ON THE ROAD. Middle school students at St. Charles Borromeo School in Destrehan pose at the battlefield of Gettysburg.

Led by Lisa Benoit, middle school Social Studies teacher and coordinator, the Philadelphia trip served as a hands-on learning experience to their social studies curriculum.

The tour also featured a visit to the Liberty Bell Pavillion, Independence Hall, Franklin’s Court, Constitution Center, Valley Forge and the Amish Country.

Sixth grade participants: Macy Bennett, Colin Bosco, Aimee Delaney, Brett Dipuma, Chad Guillet, Jenna Mangold, Penney Moore.

Seventh grade participants: Matthew Arseneaux, Joseph Barletta, Eric Buras, Grant Candies, Paulo Casanova, Madeleine Daste, Nicholas DeGeorge, Paul Duplantis, Abbey Facko, Jonathan France, Roen Garretson, Victoria Gordon, Tanner Hayes, Rebecca Heraty, Tanner Lee, Joe Vincent Messina, Samantha Oubre, Savanna Patureau, Cassidy Perilloux, Nicholas Rizzo, Megan Ruiz, Lin Schexnayder, Joe Sharp, Shane Talley, Meredith Tyree, Alexandra, Jacob, Peyton Wursteisen.

Eighth grade participants: Ross Authement, Jeffery Boudoin, Matthew Duhe, Brett Hebert, Walter Johnson, Andrew Landry, Renée Laurent, Jenna Mire, Courtney Poulos, Jordyn Riviere, Jolie St. Pierre, Joseph Solito.




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