Rich in history


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Newton Elementary School walked over to the Pleasant Hill History Center, a building that helps preserve the history of Pleasant Hill, this week for a field trip. While there, students rotated through four different stations while visiting the center. Here, Pleasant Hill History Center Coordinator Chuck Martin discusses artifacts and photographs with students from Jane Jess’ class. “It’s a way children can learn about the past and for many to discover who their ancestors were,” volunteer Virginia Kinney said. According to Jess, the field trip is a part of the third grade social studies curriculum.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Third-grade students of Newton Elementary School walked over to the Pleasant Hill History Center, a building that helps preserve the history of Pleasant Hill, this week for a field trip. While there, students rotated through four different stations while visiting the center. Here, Pleasant Hill History Center Coordinator Chuck Martin discusses artifacts and photographs with students from Jane Jess’ class. “It’s a way children can learn about the past and for many to discover who their ancestors were,” volunteer Virginia Kinney said. According to Jess, the field trip is a part of the third grade social studies curriculum.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Newton Elementary School walked over to the Pleasant Hill History Center, a building that helps preserve the history of Pleasant Hill, this week for a field trip. While there, students rotated through four different stations while visiting the center. Here, Pleasant Hill History Center Coordinator Chuck Martin discusses artifacts and photographs with students from Jane Jess’ class. “It’s a way children can learn about the past and for many to discover who their ancestors were,” volunteer Virginia Kinney said. According to Jess, the field trip is a part of the third grade social studies curriculum.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/05/web1_170508aw_PHill_1784.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Third-grade students of Newton Elementary School walked over to the Pleasant Hill History Center, a building that helps preserve the history of Pleasant Hill, this week for a field trip. While there, students rotated through four different stations while visiting the center. Here, Pleasant Hill History Center Coordinator Chuck Martin discusses artifacts and photographs with students from Jane Jess’ class. “It’s a way children can learn about the past and for many to discover who their ancestors were,” volunteer Virginia Kinney said. According to Jess, the field trip is a part of the third grade social studies curriculum.