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Colonial Elementary School students used Google Earth to go on a historic scavenger hunt, and learned about the area's connections to the Underground Railroad.
"A Village Remembered" is being incorporated into lessons across the District to teach students about the area's connections to the Underground Railroad and Abolitionist movement.
The group split into teams and took over Our Town Alley (formerly Facenda Whitaker) in December. See more pics.
The visit to Mrs. Jennings' class was inspired by their Reader's Workshop unit, "Government Working for Us."
Retired PWHS cheerleading coach “Mrs. T” honored by Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame.
A tour of the historical landmark in Plymouth Meeting was arranged as part of the study of "A Village Remembered" and Black History Month.
Now in its seventh year, Unity Day is celebrated across the district through walks, guest speakers, and special projects.
A new thumb-print painting at the school is teaching students about the history of the Plymouth Meeting area.
For the sixth year, Colonial has received approximately 250 children's books that were candidates for AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books.
Ajuz won silver in the Boys Long Jump, and Fredric placed seventh in the Girls Long Jump.