On March 11, 2015, YCWHS Social Studies teacher Mr. Calvin Eleby, Jr., will travel with 28 students on a trace of U.S. History and the formation of our system of government. Students will arrive in Washington, D.C. on March 12, 2015, where they will begin their discovery at the Library of Congress, take in a lecture at the U.S. Supreme Court, visit with members of the Wisconsin Congressional Delegation and Congress in action. Saturday afternoon, the students will visit Mother Bethel AME church where the late Bishop Richard Allen founded the known African American Church in 1780’s. Later on, the students will visit Independence and Congress hall where the students will see the beginning of the America’s quest for independence and emergence of the United States. Arriving in New York on Saturday evening, the students will gaze upon the lights of Harlem, N.Y., and enjoy the great southern soul food of Sylvia’s. Following dinner, the students will tour Times Squares and Broadway. Finally, on Monday, the students will visit several tours that feature St. Patrick Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Center, Ground Zero, Wall Street, and the site of the first Congress – Federal Hall. Submitted by Mr. Calvin Eleby.