LHA is a great resource
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To the Editor,

I would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the Living History Association and especially James Dassatti, for their recent collaborative project with the Dover School fifth-and sixth -grade, Revolutions. The fifth-and sixth-graders presented their International Baccalaureate Inquiry Projects alongside re-enactors from the the Living History Association at Dover Town Hall.

The student projects ranged in topics from the Cuban Revolution to the Industrial Revolution to potential revolution (change) that might be caused by President Donald Trump.

The Living History Association generously provided the students with a pizza party, Living History Association T-shirts, and awards for their participation in the projects. I urge any teacher who has not taken advantage of the programs the Living History Association offers to school children to investigate their programs. They are an excellent resource in our own community.

Susan Neuman

On behalf of the Dover School fifth-and sixth-grade

Dover
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