Tenn. middle-school students mix etiquette with history

12/14/2012 | Cleveland Daily Banner (Tenn.)

Seventh- and eighth-graders at Bowman Hills School in Tennessee learned some of the finer points of etiquette before a recent field trip to see "The Nutcracker" ballet and eat at a Chattanooga restaurant. The lessons include table manners, history about the women's movement and treating others fairly. The program is the sixth year at the school, organized by teacher Valerie Hunt.

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