Imlay City Students To Explore “Holocaust” In Europe
Nearly 30 Imlay City High School students will be spending ten days during April taking a trip being billed as the “History: Holocaust in Europe”. The Imlay City School Board voted to approve the trip. There are number of significant stops along the way.The students will visit the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Jewish Quarter in Prague, and the death camps at Auschwitz and Birkenau. The trip will coincide with spring break and give the students a personal view of history and engage then in some amazing experiences. They will visit a place that saw 6 million people disappear in human furnaces that ran 24 hours a day. They will see things that they have only read about, like “Check Point Charlie” and the Warsaw Ghetto.
It is sure to be a memorable and exciting trip for these students.