Art classes visited the library for an engaging webcast straight from the 9-11 Memorial Museum. Students were able to get an introduction to the museum and a look at the timeline of events from that day. The best part was getting to hear a firsthand account from Ada Dolch, the former principal of Leadership and Public Service High School in lower Manhattan. Dolch was responsible for safely evacuating her students on 9/11 at the same time her sister, Wendy Alice Rosario Wakeford, was at work on the 105th floor of the North Tower. Wakeford was killed when the tower collapsed. In 2005, Dolch helped establish a school in Afghanistan in memory of her sister. Follow this link for the recorded webinar.
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