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Peri Jones, Editor Grade 8

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The St. Viator eighth grade students headed to Washington D.C. on Saturday, May 12th.

The usual eighth grade trip for other schools is Disneyland or some sort of theme park that you could visit any other day in your life. Our school was lucky enough to visit our nation’s capital. It was a once and a lifetime experience.

Arlington National Cemetery was the most moving experience to me during our trip. We witnessed the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider and visited many important people’s tombstones. It was amazing to see how many people were needed to make America an amazing and free country. Tommy K. stated, “I thought the Changing of the Guard was very respectful and moving. It is an honor to be the solider who guards the tomb.”

All of our eighth grade students had an amazing time in Washington D.C. A big thank you goes out to Mrs. Daly who puts everything together and organizes everything for us.

 

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