Students from Washington Senior High will be followed as they research a historic grave.
A new episode of Time Warner Cable’s Connect A Million Minds It Ain’t Rocket Science will feature a segment that includes a Washington Court House teacher and his students. History teacher Paul LaRue and a group of 20 high school seniors will do research to find the grave of Sadie Turner, the first wife of famed African American inventor Granville T. Woods, who worked on the railroad in Washington C.H. for 21 months from 1878-1880.
The latest episode of It Ain’t Rocket Science will air on Channels 1311 or 311 on Saturday, Dec. 29 at 10 a.m. and Sunday, Dec. 30 at 10 a.m.
Viewers can also watch episodes of It Ain’t Rocket Science at connectamillionminds.com.