Students follow up suggestions and blueprint discussion with a tour of entertainment complex

From left, Alex French and Ethan Avina enjoy arcade games and virtual reality play at COMPASS Entertainment Complex in Irvington on opening day, September 4. Earlier in the day, they participated in a Lancaster Talented and Gifted tour of the complex. The students were brought to COMPASS by their parents. Photo by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi

Lancaster Primary School Talented and Gifted (TAG) students have been involved with a cumulative project that started with the announcement of a new entertainment complex coming to Lancaster County.

Former Lancaster Primary TAG instructor Faith Waddy noticed the buzz and excitement of her students and saw an opportunity to put the students’ research and creative skills to work. She contacted COMPASS Entertainment Complex owner Julian Patterson.

“The excitement of the students…

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