Our students are learning about the historical significance of the Japanese Incarceration event during World War II. These stories help students make connections to the lives of young Japanese Americans who experienced first hand the challenges of adjusting to life in the camps and how they maintained their humanity.
Our eighth grade students are strengthening their awareness of important historical events that shaped the development of the United States.
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