Highland County’s Talented & Gifted (TAG) students recently experienced Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement, Berkeley Plantation and Monticello on their annual TAG field trip. The 46 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grader’s and 7 chaperones toured Colonial Williamsburg with stops at the Governor’s Palace, the Capitol, Shields Tavern and trade shops & exhibit buildings along the Duke of Glouchester Street. Students also toured Jamestown Settlement, the gardens, museum, monuments and home at historic Berekeley Plantation, as well as Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.
Students attending from Fairfield Local Schools were Halle Hamilton, Ethan Williams, Bella Warner, Hannah Hamilton, Otis Cockerill, Caiden Fauber, Kolby Young, Larkin Friend, Makenna Colwell, Corey Zimmerman, Nayomie Ludwick, Brayden Zimmerman, Logan McIntosh, Braxton Harrison and Kylie Fauber.
Students from Hillsboro City Schools were Garen Ryan, Travis Ross, Brooke Ulicny, Dylan Barton, Nicholas Turner, Zachary Burwinkel, Madalyn Ross, Ryan Fender, Aiden McGinnis, Wesley Bailey, Abigail Koogler, Elizabeth Rinehart, Justin Gillespie, Kyah Chaney, Evan Fender, Julie Benkiel, Zackery Carter, William Hart, Kate Alexander, and Peyton Aber.
Lynchburg-Clay students who attended were Jenna Waits, Ryan Mau, Allie Waits, Brya McClain, Layne Ellis and Will McConnaughey.
Bright Local School District was represented by Weston Blair, Chandra Hill, Tyler Wessner, Connor Butler and Brianna Hill
Chaperones for the trip were Mr. Ron Ellis, Mr. Mark Holmes, Mrs. Michelle Ryan, Mrs. Tonia Armstrong, Mrs. Jessica Clutter and Mrs. Nicole Friend.
The trip was coordinated and chaperoned by Kimberly Douglas, School & Student Services Coordinator for the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center, in conjunction with Lisa Pfouts, agent for Eagle Rock Tours of Fredricktown, Ohio.