From middle school to Middle Ages in Windham
Seventh graders Daniel Donabedian, Vincent Marino and Adam Messina were knights in shining armor as part of Windham Middle School's annual Medieval Day. (APRIL GUILMET/Union Leader Correspondent)
As part of the seventh-grade class's annual Medieval Day on Thursday, students and staff dressed as lords, ladies, knights and peasants.
The Grand March was soon followed by a traditional dance, performed by the court's leading lords and ladies: students Kylee Andreoli, Robert Tringale, Megan Blake, Justin Lamb, Courtney Costa, Jack Swabrick, Isabelle Eterian, William Tu, Olivia Barbaro, Jonathan Saklad, Sarah Connors, Nico Piandes, Megan Manzo, Joe Micchicie, Julia Worden, Ben Montgomery, Joycelyn Lagasse and Maz Sweetzer.
"When we see our kids come back and visit us long after they've finished college, this is one event they remember fondly," she said.
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