Va. high-school juniors lead third-grade students on walking history tour

05/9/2013 | Suffolk News-Herald (Va.)

Eleventh-grade students at Virginia's Nansemond-Suffolk Academy played tour guide for the school's third-grade students on a walking field trip focusing on local history. The honors history juniors researched local landmarks and then gave talks to the younger students at the various stops on the tour, including a visit to Cedar Hill Cemetery. "With an upper and lower school, we can do service-based projects like this," said juniors' history teacher Sandra Babb.

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