Monomoy Students Travel Abroad

HARWICH – Two groups of students from Monomoy Regional High School headed out to exotic locations over April vacation. One group from the school traveled to China, while the other spent the week in Iceland.

Activities for the group that traveled to china included visiting the Forbidden City, cleaning a section of the Great Wall, visiting a middle school classroom and an orphanage, going to the Leshan giant Buddha, and spending a day at a panda sanctuary.

The group that traveled to Iceland focused on science and nature, including climate change and the environmental impact.

The students also observed the glaciers and geothermal wonders of Iceland, including the hot springs, volcanic craters and subarctic fauna.

They also visited waterfalls geysers and learned about sustainable energy in the form of greenhouses powered by geothermal and hydroelectric sources.

Monomoy High school often offer these travel opportunities to students.

Recent and future destinations include trips to Tanzania, Spain, England, Costa Rica, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic.


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