KHS students experience Europe

 

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Kimball students had time to laugh with mimes, as Jordyn McDowall did in this photo, during a recent trip to Europe. The students visited a variety of landmarks on their trip.

History, culture and classical music. Six Kimball High School students experienced that as they traveled central Europe from June 7-18 with Education First Tours.

Though the trip was not school-sponsored, it was made available to students through the high school.

The students, Spencer Shields, Jordyn McDowall, Grant Golding, Ben Tussing, Natasha Selves and Nicholas Thomas-Lewis, were accompanied by teacher Jennifer Dillinger.

In 12 days the students, who partnered with other student groups, traveled to eight different countries with stops in Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Krakow.

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