School Discovers Time Capsule During Renovations

The Holy Nativity Episcopal School in Panama City grew a bit.

School officials cut the ribbon on a new portable building to accommodate 5th grade classes. The totally renovated building houses 2-classrooms.

While preparing the site for the building, construction crews ran across a time capsule buried by the 1997 – 1998 5th grade class.

Most everyone had forgotten about the capsule buried underground. Everyone was anxious to see what was inside. The former students had filled it with stories and pictures. The particular classes who buried the capsule had recently visited Washington and New York.

Students seemed most amused by the clothing styles of the mid to late 1990s.


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  • by Audrey Kemp Location: Edmond, Oklahoma on Sep 21, 2011 at 06:19 PM
    Our son, Brandon Kemp, was a member of that class! Unfortunately, we moved in 1996 so he did not participate in the time capsule... Our whole family has wonderful memories of HNES and the special staff and students there! We were blessed that our 2 kids started their school experience in such an amazing school!
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