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By Tracie Mitchell
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Bringing history to life: Worland High School students visit Washington, D.C. and bring back a new depth of understanding

WORLAND – Nothing brings history to life more than actually having a chance to see what you are learning about with your own eyes and experiencing the depths of emotions the hands-on experience creates.

 

April 14, 2018

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Worland High School AP history students pose for a picture at the World War II Memorial during their Worland High School AP History class week long field study in Washington, D.C. from March 24-31. Pictured in no particular order: Brady Rasmussen, Hunter Elliott, Delanie Campbell, Makayla Fulfer, Cherith Ferrett, Siobhan Myers, Laura Anderson, Taylor Noland, Kasia Strohman, Tristan Nemyo, Elise Washington, Paris Caines, Katelin Scheuerman, Ivan Perez, Casey Wassum, Madi DuPree, Pete Douzenis, Morgan Tigner, Olivia Scheuerman, Saige Jones, Maclin Wiley, Dalton Jeffries, Dane Bennett, Jaycee Page, Josh Garza, Kendre Kidgell and Randy Durr.

WORLAND – Nothing brings history to life more than actually having a chance to see what you are learning about with your own eyes and experiencing the depths of emotions the hands-on experience creates. That's what happened to 26 Worland High School senior AP history students when they visited Washington, D.C. from March 24 – 31 with their teacher Randy Durr.

Durr has taken the trip 18 times during his career as an educator, including five times with Worland High School students.

"It's almost like a life-changing experience, like I never would have had an opportunity to go see the Holo...



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