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Students journey to Washington, D.C.

On top // Finding a President Lincoln-esque hat, senior Zelunjo Chumageabu tries it on, while stating his presidential election promises. “Our next presidential candidate,” Pepper Nix, AP history teacher and trip chaperone, said.

Maddie Smith, Staff Reporter

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It was a time of reflection, remembrance, and new experiences. Wylie East Advanced Placement chemistry and U.S. history, as well as dual credit U.S. history, students traveled to Washington, D.C. for a four-day visit March 9-12. The group visited numerous memorials, monuments, and other historical sites. The trip was made possible by the history and science Birmingham Grant and was an educational, influential and work-out inducing experience

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