By Zoie Koostra

Students Connect with History, New Experiences on Trip to Nation's Capital


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Twenty-two students from Seeley Lake Elementary and Swan Valley School along with four chaperones spent five days touring Washington D.C. this June.

SEELEY LAKE- Students from Seeley Lake recently returned from a trip to Washington D.C. as part of an ongoing effort in the community to help students engage with their government and be more civically minded.

The trip, which was only five days long, packed in visits to national monuments, memorials and museums.

Sawyer Shelmerdine and his mom, Megan who went on the trip as a chaperone, said that the most impactful sights they visited were the various memorials around Washington D.C. Sawyer said that if he ever got a chance to visit again, he would go to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial again....

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