Sixth graders learn meaning of and recite Gettysburg Address

In social studies, sixth graders tested their memories when they each had the opportunity to recite the Gettysburg Address, a Tenacre tradition. Everyone dressed up as Abraham Lincoln—complete with black top hat, beard, and long black coat--for the performance.  At the end of the individual recitations, they recited the Address as a group.
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