On Monday, June 10th, the Windsor School 5th and 6th graders visited the Saint Gaudens National Historical Park in Cornish, NH. Students rotated from station to station during a beautiful, sunny day to explore the art and life of Augustus Saint Gaudens. Stations included opportunities to create relief sculpture coins, write perspective journals of the 54th regiment soldiers, explore the Ravine Trail, reading the Gettysburg Address in costume, and even draw in the blooming garden near Aspet house.
This site gives our students an opportunity to explore some local sites that they can bring their family to visit on their own and to share what they learned.
If you have not had an opportunity to explore the Saint Gaudens National Historical Park, please consider a trip this summer.