Fifth Grade Freedom Walk

Submitted by brenda.johnson on Wed, 06/02/2021 - 23:19
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What does Freedom mean to you? Veterans told students what freedom means to them. The veterans each shared inspirational stories about their time in service. They told the students the importance of respecting their country and flag. "The Freedom Walk" was different this year. Instead of getting to go to the park and listen to veterans in person, it was virtual. Fifth-grade students were fortunate to have veteran, Bob Beagley come and talk to them in person. He answered questions and told them about his experiences during his service. The "Wall of Honor", where students spotlighted veterans in their family, hung in the hall.