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Exelon Brings History to Light

Company Sponsors FTF Scholars Program in the Everett Public Schools

Thanks to the continued sponsorship of Exelon Generation, the Freedom Trail Foundation (FTF) is bringing its Scholars Program to fifth graders throughout the Everett Public Schools.
On Wednesday, April 3, FTF executives visited the Webster School to thank Exelon Generation Power Communications Manager Carol Churchill for organizing the outreach effort, which spans the past decade and has become a popular part of the district’s elementary social studies curriculum.
Performances have been held in schools throughout the district over the past several weeks, including stops at the Madeline English School on Tuesday and Wednesday’s program at the Webster.
The FTF Scholars Program brings the spirit and fervor of the American Revolution to life. Two actors take on multiple roles during the one-hour traveling interactive class to educate and engage students about major Revolutionary events such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride, and the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Freedom Trail Foundation
From left: Shannon Fitzgerald from the Freedom Trail Foundation (FTF), teacher Sarah Boyce, FTF actors Tim Hoover and Emma Wiegand, Exelon General Power Communications Regional Manager Carol Churchill, teacher Jennifer Cuthbert, FTF Executive Director Suzanne Taylor, and teacher Emily Donahue.

Freedom Trail Foundation and Students
The Webster School students who participated in Wednesday’s Freedom Trail Foundation (FTF) living history program are pictured with, from left, Shannon Fitzgerald from the FTF, teacher Sarah Boyce, FTF actors Tim Hoover and Emma Wiegand, Exelon General Power Communications Regional Manager Carol Churchill, teacher Jennifer Cuthbert, and FTF Executive Director Suzanne Taylor,

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