Immersion at Indian Rock

Photo by Beth Murphy

Webutuck third graders traveled back to the 1800s at the annual Immersion Day at the Indian Rock Schoolhouse on Friday, June 7. Students were given a hands-on exploration of life in the 1800s through a variety of activities, including grave rubbing, old-time games, stories, making butter and doing lessons in the Indian Rock Schoolhouse. Prior to the activities, students and teachers held a special dedication and tree planting ceremony for third grade teacher Glen White, pictured above, in honor of his retirement from the Webutuck Central School District this year.

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