Vt. students use town's birthday as part of history lessons

06/6/2013 | Waterbury Record (Vt.), The

The Vermont town of Duxbury is celebrating its 250th birthday, and as part of the festivities, local students are getting into the act with history projects. Crossett Brook Middle School students have built a tabletop model of the region, including mountains, waterways and early family settlements. Thatcher Brook Primary School students will depict local history by portraying key historical figures in a live-action presentation on their school's playground.

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