Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center

On Thursday, Nov. 15,  the second day of their senior trip to Washington, D.C., the class of 2019 had the opportunity to see a showing of Shear Madness, “the longest running play in the history of the...

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

 The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is guarded 24 hours a day, every day of the year, and in any weather conditions. It is guarded by sentinels, who are elite members of the 3rd US Infantry Regiment. After they...

Coginchaug’s Look into Government

Photo by Bryce Fleck By Cole Niedmann and Bryce Fleck On Thursday, Nov. 15 Coginchaug seniors visited the United States Capitol and got a taste of what government was all about. The students had the...

Participating at Arlington Cemetery

Story by Shannon Carey Steller by Megan Lower On Friday, Nov. 16, four seniors were able to participate in a wreath ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the annual senior trip to Washington,...

Monumental Memories

  Here is a quick recap of all the monuments the seniors viewed on there trip to the Capitol. Washington D.C. Recap by Slidely...

Coginchaug Seniors take on Washington, D.C.

Bright and early on Sunday, March 20 the Coginchaug seniors loaded the buses to Washington, D.C. They started their journey visiting the Iwo Jima Memorial. With a very packed schedule, the seniors got the...

Bright Lights in the Big City

Ever since freshman year, I have been excited to go on the senior trip to DC. Washington, DC is one place that my family and I have always wanted to visit but have yet to explore. When the trip was introduced...

DC From the Editor’s POV

As a senior, I attended the annual DC trip along with half of my class. We departed for the class trip on Nov. 19 and returned Nov. 22. The first official stop of the trip, not including any rest stops, was...