Fifth graders are colonists for the day

Fifth graders spend a good deal of time learning about the colonial period of American history. To end their study, the classes toured a Brook Hill version of Colonial Williamsburg. Students played a game at the tavern, ordered a new pair of shoes at the cobbler’s shop, went to church, voted in the Governor’s Palace and went to school which was different from their regular classroom! The fifth grade teachers think they appreciate their pencils a little more now!