Ovando School students tour Washington D.C.


Pictured left-right: Land Neudecker, Maggie Applegate, Sawyer Hessler, Matilda Hessler, Audrey Stevenson and Nathan Graves jump together in front of the United States Capital Building in Washington D.C. during the Ovando school trip in April. "It was a once in a lifetime trip and it was awesome to get to do it as a class," Stevenson said.

"It was a great experience to visit our nation's Capital as a class,"said Matilda Hessler, Ovando School sixth grader.

Ovando School fifth-eighth graders took an eight-day trip to Washington D.C. April 11-18. The trip was choreographed by fifth-eighth grade teacher Nathan Graves. The group was supervised by Andrea Tougas, Ovando School's supervising teacher, Dena Hooker, School Business manager and Graves.

The group of five students and three adults stayed in an airbnb and rented a van to tour the city.

"This was a unique way to see real life places/events that we have read about in textboo...

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