WUHS Senegal: Students at School in Dakar

The Woodstock Union High School students are traveling to Senegal Africa to work in two orphanages, teach and exchange ideas in a rural school, plant native fruit trees at the schools, participate in wildlife conservation projects, and visit the island of Goree where, from the 15th-19th centuries, the largest slave-trading center on the African coast was found.
The trip is scheduled from Feb. 18 to March 1.

Students are visiting a school in Dakar.

WUHS Lily Walker Money high fives one of the students at the school in Dakar. (Submitted by Keri Bristow)

WUHS student, Darian Magner holds a child as one of the teachers at the school in Dakar looks on. (Submitted by Keri Bristow)
Students mingle in the yard at the school. (Submitted by Keri Bristow)

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