Local students visit Europe
The Spanish and French students of Silver Creek Central School recently returned from a fun and educational nine-day trip to Europe which included the cities of Madrid and Paris. Students visited the Prado museum, the royal palace, Segovia, Toledo and saw a Flamenco show while in Madrid. The next adventure was the overnight train to Paris where they visited the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the palace of King Louis XIV in Versailles and several statues and monuments along the way. For some, it was their first time on an airplane. Pictured in the background is the Las Ventas bullring in Madrid. Front, center: Kira Parker and Siana Waterman. Back: Spanish teacher Albert VanDette, Michael O’Connor, Sarah Seitz, Destinee Geiogamah, Jewel Heald, Allison Westley, Jack McAlevey, Connor Vara, Anna Hartinger and James Klubek, high school principal.
Also, students who signed up for EF tours trip to Great Britain and France recently departed from Fredonia High School. The group of 65 students, along with chaperones, toured England and France, learned about the English and French culture, and saw such sights as London Bridge and the Eiffel Tower. Special attention was put on visiting the Memorial to Allied Soldiers at Omaha Beach, Normandy, France.