Some veterans went back to school today to teach the next generation about our freedoms. Nbc 6 reporter Karen Hopkins visited Princeton Elementary, just outside Haughton, where military folks brought history to life. Students at Princeton elementary learned lessons about our freedoms today from people they never thought of as teachers, like grandma. Children embraced special guests who have served our country, like Beverly Debouver. She was one of few women air force mechanics in the 1970s. Vietnam vet Jim Hunter came to share his stories with grandson Gary. “It feels good because you can actually say that one of your family members was fighting for other people.” Children also learned about the flag hands on. “I said what do those stripes stand for? They said the 13 original colonies. That was correct," St. Rep. Henry Burns says. Take pride in being American and remember those who fight for the freedoms we all enjoy. Thats what these children learned at school today.