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Sandy Creek High School group takes a trip ‘across the pond’

The group is pictured in front of Kensington Palace where they were served high tea.
The group is pictured in front of Kensington Palace where they were served high tea.

The Sandy Creek Spanish Club, along with staff and chaperones, took a week-long trip to visit the sights, sounds and culture of “jolly old England” during spring break.

Members of the Sandy Creek group that traveled to England during spring break, spent a chilly day at the prehistoric site of Stonehenge, one of the most famous sites in the world.
Members of the Sandy Creek group that traveled to England during spring break, spent a chilly day at the prehistoric site of Stonehenge, one of the most famous sites in the world.

The group of 21 staff, students, and chaperones visited such notable sights as Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Stonehenge, the Tower of London, and even the sights in London associated with the Harry Potter book series.

Members of the group included: staff members Karen Miller, Kristin Weller, and Denise Elkin; students: Taylor Mullin, McKenna Guarasce, Olivia Ivison, Cori Pandolfi, Sammi Pandolfi, Kerrie Ridgeway, Madison Bush, Paige Kehoe, Brett Wolfe, Luke Elliott, Lexy Goodnough, and Toni Gray; elementary students included: Colby Kimball Salzman, Abrielle Soluri and parents and family members Jessica Kimball Soluri, Erin Kimball Salzman, Colleen Warner, and Michelle Guarasce.