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Sophomores see New York City with historical lens on field trip

Maya Waldman November 28, 2016

New York City provided an educational opportunity for world history students to assimilate into a unique culture as they traveled to the bustling city Wednesday Nov. 9 to Thursday Nov. 10. Sophomore students...

Students pass field trips and excused absences proposal

The Newtonite February 13, 2013
In the past three weeks, the Student Faculty Administration (SFA) has been hard at work crafting and debating bills. The faculty-student government group also passed a bill, the second of the legislative year, pertaining to field trips and absences.
Photography teachers Ron Morris and Thomas MacIntyre took their students on a fieldtrip to Boston.

Student Faculty Administration proposal sparks discussion on field trips, N-rule

The Newtonite February 5, 2013
It was pouring when English teacher Janice Miller’s Honors American Studies class arrived at Walden Pond for a field trip. Despite the weather, the spirit of the pond that had entranced Henry David Thoreau centuries earlier was as fierce and alive as ever, according to junior Sophie Sokolov.

Freshmen to travel to New York on annual trip

The Newtonite January 13, 2012
by Alex Feit Freshmen have significantly fewer field trips than upperclassmen, according to history and social sciences teacher Ty Vignone. To account for this disappointing reality of freshman life, Vignone began supervising a freshman-only, two-day field trip to New York City over 30 years ago, and he has continued to do so since, he said.
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