When asked how we spent the summer, some will say they went to the beach or an amusement park. B.D. Religion teacher Amy Granato chose a slightly different vacation. She began by taking students for a week long service immersion trip to Nazareth Farm in Doddridge County. After a brief break, she was boarding an airplane with four B.D. students on the way to Poland as participants in the Classrooms Without Borders program. As if that was not enough, Amy returned to the U.S. and soon was on her way to Washington D.C. to participate in the Eileen Ludwig Greenland Bearing Witness Institute. At the Institute, she was asked by her peers to speak publicly and reflect on these experiences. Below is a video taken July 20, 2016, as she speaks at the Romanian Embassy in Washington, DC. Way to go Amy! We couldn’t be prouder!