• Welcome to Kathy Trump's History Page 

    Please ask me about my summer!


    Summer 2019 found me in Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington DC

    Continental Congress

    The Continental Congress in Philadelphia

    I spent a week at Valley Forge studying the 19th Amendment 



     Statue of Liberty

    Statue of Liberty in New York City

    I spent three weeks in Manhattan studying women in the Revolutionary and Civil War time periods



    Jefferson and Hamilton at Mount Vernon

     Jefferson and Hamilton at Mount Vernon

    I spent a week at Mount Vernon, George Washington's plantation, studying what made George Washington an extraordinary president.


    2019 and 2020 Class Schedule 


    Period 1 - 8th Grade U.S. History


    Period 2 - 8th Grade U.S. History


    Period 3 -  High School U.S. History 


    Period 4 - U.S. Government   


    Period 5 - High School U.S. History


    Period 6 - Middle School Drama 


    Period 7 - Prep 



    To contact me, please e-mail  kathy.trump@matsuk12.us 

    All class assignments can be found on google classroom!


    Last Summer's Adventures (2018)



     I spent a week studying the Supreme Court and heard final decisions of the 2017 term. I met the one and only Notorious RBG.


    Fort Ticonderoga


    I spent a week at Fort Ticonderoga, which is a lovingly reconstructed French and Indian War and Revolutionary War fort.  


    I spent a week at Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson


    Summer 2017 Adventures: 

    I spent a week at Freedoms Foundation studying The War on Terror in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania  

    freedoms foundation logo                            Washington's House


                                                                                                            Washington's headquarters at Valley Forge

    Next, I toured Shiloh Battlefield in Tennessee as part of the Civil War Trust 


    civil war trust                         The General

    Finally, I spent two weeks in Brooklyn at the Theater for a New Audience studying William Shakespeare as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities











Last Modified on August 13, 2019