PS/MS 183Q Girl Scouts Visit Historical GS Museum
Recently, PS/MS 183Q Girl Scout Leaders Lisa Cooper, Della Jackson, Nancy Rodriguez, Elaine Williams, Keisha Cunningham and Maria Boucher escorted their scout troops to the Girl Scout National Historic Preservation Museum Center, located at 420 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
It was in March 1912 that the beginning of the Girl Scouts movement in this country began. For these elementary school girls, in 2010, this trip was a monumental educational experience. Truly, the troop leaders believe in each one of these Girl Scouts and work diligently to plant the seeds to becoming outstanding Americans. PS/MS 183Q is still recruiting their female students to join them in their fun-filled weekly meetings.
It has been said that Girl Scouts of America has been instrumental in the development of positive characteristics in American families. Commented a spokesperson, “This trip has planted leadership skills that we all hope will be reflective in community service and in education. The joy and experience of this trip is seen through the happiness in their faces. We encourage other troops to enlighten more girls through this Girl Scout Museum.”