Level 7 Williamsburg Trip

Each year the St. Nicholas Level 7 students travel to restored Williamsburg, Virginia. They are gone for four days and travel more than 600 miles. This experience is exceptionally beneficial forWilliamsburg Trip these maturing children. The week is filled with colonial dancing, military demonstrations, lantern tours, storytelling, and historical interpretative enactments. Students visit the excavations of the original fort at Jamestown, Monticello in Charlottesville, and the Appomattox Courthouse.

While visiting historic Colonial Williamsburg,
St. Nicholas students walk through refurbished, reconstructed, and historically furnished buildings and talk with costumed interpreters telling the stories of the men and women of the 18th-century city. They listen to voices that speak from the perspective of the first Americans who were black, white, Native American, or enslaved. They learn of the challenges these people faced. In this significant place, the future learns from the past.

The following forms are required for each student before departing
on the Williamsburg trip:
Williamsburg Behavior Agreement

Emergency Contact and Release
Medicine Permission
Prescribed Medication Request


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