On Friday, Nov. 20, students from Ms. Bach's U.S. History and Government and Ms. Noll's French class explored the life of a French soldier in 1758 at Fort Carillion. Today, this fort is known as Fort Ticonderoga but at the time, it was the southern most boundary of New France. Two soldier re-enactors explained the every day activities and duties of those who lived at the fort. Students were able to try on uniforms and examine the soilders' possessions. Students also learned about the strategic importance of the fort in the 18th-century battle for North America. Arts and enrichment funds were used to bring the guest speakers to BHBL.