School City of Mishawaka students are deepening their knowledge about veterans with first-hand interviews. Under the guidance of Mishawaka High School government and economics teacher, Sean Steinkellner, several Mishawaka high school students were on hand to honor local veterans during a ceremony that began outside the Mishawaka Food Pantry. The students also took this opportunity to interview veterans, seeking to learn more about their experiences in service to our country. Mr. Steinkellner thought it was a good idea to take learning outside the classroom so that the students could learn more about the careers of local veterans, hear their stories, and get deeper insights into what those who serve in the military do.
The event was featured in the South Bend Tribune. Follow the link to read more about the excursion and about the event.
This post was created in collaboration with Meg Sauer, Mishawaka Schools Chief Communications Officer.
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