Eighth Graders Enjoy Trip To Washington D.C.

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One of the highlights of the eighth grade trip to Washington D.C. was a trip to the White House. (Photo courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

One of the highlights of the eighth grade trip to Washington D.C. was a trip to the White House. (Photo courtesy of Wardlaw-Hartridge School)

EDISON — The Class of 2016 at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School spent last week in Washington D.C. The students visited sites such as the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, the International Spy Museum, the Post Office Pavilion, the U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum and the J.F.K. Theater. Other sites include the Sculpture Gardens and the Smithsonian museums, the Air & Space Museum, the famous Illumination Tour, the Native-American Museum, the Botanical Gardens and the World War II Memorial.

During Wednesday’s tour, the students visited seven monuments, including the Lincoln Memorial, the WWII Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial as well as the Holocaust Memorial Museum. They also attended the whodunit spectacular of “Shear Madness.”

Thursday was another busy day that included a trip to the White House and a meeting with New Jersey congressman Leonard Lance.


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