Students at Clark HS commemorate fall of Berlin Wall

January 7, 2015

Almost 25 years to the day since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Clark HS German students commemorated the occasion by constructing a replica of the Berlin Wall and participating in a day-long celebration of German culture, language, and music. Click here to learn more.

Students in German teacher Marion Torres’ class worked for weeks on projects highlighting the history of Germany, using iPads and laptops, as well as presented their findings to classes rotating through the library.

The partial replica of the Berlin Wall was constructed with cardboard to divide the hallway into East Germany and West Germany, and included art, poetry, and facts about the Wall.

For pictures from the event, click here.