16 Hours in Washington, DC

What can three teachers and twenty-six eighth graders get done in Washington, DC in just sixteen hours? Well . . .

Monday, April 27
10am Acting Workshop at the Folger Shakespeare Library, followed by a visit to the Folger Theatre
12:45pm Visit to three exhibits and the 4-D movie at the Newseum
3:30pm Meeting at City Hall with Smitty Smith, member of Mayor Bowser's cabinet, and Michael Block '95, attorney at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
5:45pm Visit to the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, and the Vietnam War Memorial

Tuesday, April 28
10am Gathering outside the Supreme Court to see demonstrations related to the same-sex marriage case that was just beginning
11am Visit to the exhibit at the Capitol Visitors Center
12:30pm Visit to the House Gallery
1:15pm Visit to the Senate Gallery