Teachers Michelle Roche prepares students for a class trip. Currently teaches religion classes 5 and 6, the study notes, 5, 6, 7 and 8, and the social sciences. He is also coordinator of the Dean of Students and Secondary School St. Anne Catholic School in Somerset, Wisconsin. Over the last decade, Roche to take students to Washington DC where you can learn about American history first hand.
“I think this is something that every child should live,” said Roche. “I am grateful for the opportunity to get them to Washington DC to witness history,” he added. Study tours have increased the Declaration of Independence, President of the United States and the Holocaust, to name just a few of the aspects covered in U.S. history.
Pay travel costs, students and parents involved in fundraising in some way to Washington two years earlier. “Currently, we are the fourth for the purpose of raising funds,” said Roche.
One of the most memorable of the trip was a visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. When the group visited the Holocaust Museum, “They say,” Roche said. “In class, we continue the study of Holocaust victims and survivors In this museum you can see the human face that went into this story .. Something that will never forget.” Powerful, graphical images of the mass extermination of Jews and other marginalized groups in Hitler held many jobs. Museum interactive exhibits and personal stories collected from survivors of the experience and the availability of credible information.
Newseum is very popular with students and teachers
The student group also visited the Newseum – the heart of Washington, DC The museum is equipped with state of the art multimedia delivery of historical information. All the major media sources are represented in interactive exhibits. Video, audio, photography and writing presents a simple assimilation. Excerpts from an interesting and volatile times in American history is present. Roche said: “Every child is able to find something that appeals to the Newseum for the sport, world news, events, intrigue, or anything else they have something for everyone at the Newseum, I hope that this museum .. our next trip to Washington DC.”
Roche students visiting other places in Washington DC, including the Smithsonian and the American Museum of Natural History, National Archives, Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon, U.S. Capitol Building, White House Photoshop, Mount Vernon, Air and Space Museum and the National Zoo. They also participated in the National Shrine Immaculate Conception Mass ambitious journey was worth it, especially since some students Roche has never been on a plane or on the East Coast. “They come back a better appreciation and understanding of history,” said Roche.