Bringing content to life is the goal of trip week in grades 6-8. Trips occur throughout the Southeast and vary in length from four to five days. While visiting places and having new experiences is our focus, added benefits include bonding with classmates, personal independence, and shared memories to last a lifetime. Previous trips have included Living History, which features Jamestown, Williamsburg, Kitty Hawk and Pamplin Park, and Circle Georgia, which travels to Plains, Warm Springs, the Okefenokee Swamp, the Civil War Navy Museum in Columbus, Cumberland Island, and various sites in Savannah. Our sixth-grade students explore space history at the Kennedy Center in Florida.