RVA Historical Quest
Amanda Crisafi, Alison Sheppard
Rising 3rd – Rising 5th Graders
June 17 – 21 • 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Bring a healthy snack and filled water bottle from home each day.
Calling Nancy Drew, Encyclopedia Brown, Nate the Great, Judy Moody and all Super Sleuths! History and mystery collide as our detectives will load the bus each morning in search of clues to learn about famous people and places in Richmond.
Join Amanda Crisafi as she embarks on a creative exploration of our wonderful city. Students will be fed engaging clues that inspire them in their search to unveil the hidden historical treasures of Richmond. Our RVA history will be re-discovered through the eyes of our youth. Amanda Crisafi is a 4th Grade teacher at Woolridge Elementary School in Chesterfield. She is currently the lead science teacher for her school. She received her B.S. degree in marketing management from Virginia Tech and her master’s degree in education from Marymount University. Alison Sheppard is a 3rd grade teacher at Evergreen Elementary School in Chesterfield County. She received her undergraduate education from James Madison University with a major in psychology and minor in early childhood education. She has taught for fifteenth years and was teacher of the year in Chesterfield County in 2016.
For more information, contact Amanda Crisafi at Amanda.Crisafi@gmail.com