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East Bernstadt Independent School
5th Grade Trip to the Capital
Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016. There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol. The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government. The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational. Mrs. VanHook and Mrs. Jervis’ 5th grade classes went on a fieldtrip to Kentucky’s State Capitol in Frankfort on November 17, 2016.  There they visited the Old Capitol building, the Kentucky History Museum, and the New Capitol.  The students were able to not only see and touch real live artifacts from Kentucky’s History but were able to participate in reenactments of events in our legislative branch of government.  The fieldtrip was not only enjoyable but extremely educational.