Student Leader Mystery Trip

 

On Monday, May 24, twenty-five student leaders were invited to attend a special field trip to recognize them for outstanding service to school and communitiy. Students in this select group have completed between sixty and two hundred hours of service. The group had collectively volunteered more than 2500 hours of service!
To make the trip more fun, the details of the trip were a secret. Teachers attending this trip were Mr. Postle, Mr. Olson and Ms. Cook's student teacher, Ms. Carins.
The trip started at 7:30 AM and ended at 4:00 PM.

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Colonial Bus Company Coach

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being part of the sculpture

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At Navy Pier

Our trip traveled via a cool coach with complete TV's. We watched the classic musical Singing in the Rain while we traveled from stop to stop.

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Our first stop was Navy Pier. We took time to look at the fabulous sculptures that are on exhibit. We also hiked from one end of the pier to the other.

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Sculpture Park

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IMAX

Happy Student Leaders

Our next stop was the IMAX threater and a lesson on the history of 3-D.

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Hancock Building

At the Top

View from the Top

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Washing Windows?

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We then traveled on our coach to the Hancock Building and a trip to the 94th floor! The view as great!

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Pizza
Jacob and Subin

Friends

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Then it was time for lunch at Pizzeria Due. Three groups at the restaurant complimented our students for being well behaved! (Really)

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Mr. Olson working hard on the trip!

At FAO Schwartz
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No trip to downtown would be complete without a trip to Water Tower Place and a little shopping!

It was a great day for all!