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Eighth Grade Walks Boston's Freedom Trail

posted Oct 18, 2014, 3:44 AM by Seth Cole
The Shapleigh School's eighth graders spent the day on Friday, October 17 walking the three miles of Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Students and staff stopped and learned about more than a dozen landmarks along the way, and why each landmark was important during the American Revolution. Students saw such places as the site of the Boston Massacre, Fanueil Hall, the Paul Revere House, the Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution. Students also stopped and had lunch at Boston's iconic Quincy Market, and enjoyed plenty of exercise on a gorgeous fall day. Thank you to eighth grade social studies teacher Heidi Ayotte for organizing the trip, and to several parent volunteers who helped chaperone.
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