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By Aliya Hall
The Creswell Chronicle 

Middle School embarks on 15th East Coast Trip

 

December 13, 2018

PHOTOS COURTESY OF GROUP PHOTOS

Creswell Middle school students and Principal Shirley Burrus placed a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery during the East Coast Trip. Every year, Creswell's application to place a wreath has been approved.

In October, the Creswell Tigers went east and brought back memories that will last a lifetime.

Ethan Pisani, seventh grader, said the trip was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. He said there were many learning opportunities that didn't feel like school, because students were standing in the very location in which these incidents occurred.

"It was just, as a whole, so much fun," Pisani said. "Worth the amount of time doing the fundraising and all the things we did. If you get the chance to do it, it's so worth it."

The trip started in Boston, then went to New York City and Washington D.C....



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