Friday, April 4, 2003

War helps define curriculum

Tristate reacts to war

Purcell Marian High School students in East Walnut Hills are studying the war in Iraq from three perspectives - historical, political and spiritual.

Religion classes are participating in the Prisoner of War Solidarity Project. Each student has chosen an American POW and has learned at least three facts about that person's life. Students made POW bracelets, wrote prayers about peace and placed the POWs' photographs on their folders.

American literature classes have been analyzing war articles from international newspapers.

And the Issues of Democracy and Economic Theory classes have researched the geography and history of Israel, Iraq andIran.

Maggie Downs

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