Snake River Students Tour Virtual Holocaust Museum

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0  Updated at 1:59 am, March 31st, 2011 By: Managing Editor
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(MORELAND) – A class of history students at Snake River High School had the chance to tour National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. yesterday, all from their own library. The class participated in a video conference with Holocaust survivor Gloria Glantz, through a program sponsored by the Idaho Education Network. Library director Sherrilynn Bair told Local News 8 that the discussion gave students a chance to experience something they’ll never forget. The school continues to implement other online field trips to enhance education and innovation.



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