Frewsburg Students Experience ‘Civil War Days’
After stations, students were bused to the Carroll Rod & Gun Club, where they watched a presentation about Civil War weapons and battles, including a live musket-firing demonstration of a real Civil War rifle. Many representatives from the Rod & Gun were on hand to be a part of the event as well. Students had a picnic lunch and some fun and games at the Rod & Gun before coming back to school to watch the movie, “Glory.”
This event was coordinated and organized by social studies teacher Amy Thompson. Many other teachers helped facilitate the day including; Heather Barber, Mary Castle, Debbie Cline, Adam Loftus, Michelle Mole’, Michelle Richau, Sandy Ruhlman, Laurie Swanson, Justin Thorpe and Carrie Yost. This was a total coordinated effort of administration, office staff, Buildings and Grounds crew, cafeteria staff, technology integration specialist, Honor Society volunteers and photography student Meredith Franzen.