Students helped with barn chores each day of the Summer Camp.
Students helped cook lunch using the vegetables harvested from our gardens.
Students learned about their watershed and how what they do impacts those down stream.
Mrs. Hordubay led a biological stream study with the young scientists!
Students made 3-dimensional representations of the species they found in Snowy Creek.
Students studied the wetland ecosystem and discovered the functions of a wetland.
Third grade students work with learning partner Sarah Deacon to explore the components of soil. These young scientists love wearing goggles and conducting the experiments. The data they collect is used to further their understandings and leads to future investigations.
Dr. Miller taught students about patterns and art. She brings such wonderful new experiences to the class!
Third grade students went to SHS for a class with Mr. Kisner.
In the agriculture classroom students participated in activites to learn about soil.
They learned about the layers of soil and the importance of soil in agriculture.
With the help of SHS students our young scientists examined the soil samples.
Together they made observations and collected data.
It was a great day of learning for all students! A big thank you goes to our SHS friends!