The Junior and Senior students and parents reported a wonderful trip to New York City last weekend. With 36 in attendance, much ground was covered in the city with some people logging 12 miles per day! Not long after arrival in NYC, they crossed the Brooklyn Bridge on foot to have a delicious meal at Juliana’s pizza (voted best pizza in the US!). Over the weekend, they saw the Cloisters, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, a Metropolitan Opera performance, and the NY Philharmonic. They toured the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim, the New York Public library, and walked through Central Park. They had a breathtaking view from the top of the Empire State building and toured the beautiful Frick Museum, a person favorite for many. They ice skated in Rockefeller Center and paid tribute to 9/11 victims at the memorial erected on the victims’ behalf. The weather was chilly and skies were uncertain at times, but the smiles were from ear to ear! Thank you to all that participated and organized this trip of a lifetime. It was unforgettable!