As part of a cherished longstanding tradition at Bronxville Middle School, seventh graders embarked on an educational journey to Williamsburg, Virginia, from Nov. 14-17. The immersive experience allowed them to forge connections between their classroom studies and the historically rich backdrop of Williamsburg. Throughout the trip, the students explored various exhibits portraying life during Colonial times.
“The students gained an authentic understanding of Colonial life in our country, as well as the beginning of our nation,” Principal Joseph Mercora said. “They had the opportunity to live the history by seeing it in action.”