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Students journey to Washington, D.C.

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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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[Insert cute Tumblr quote here]. My name is Maddie Smith and my life goal is to be the sassiest person alive. My sass is expressed in my writing, (terrible)...

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