The bus ride to Kansas City was normal enough. I checked in once with mom, texting her to make sure she wouldn’t bother me the rest of the day. She worries. The class was excited and loud. We all were trying to talk over each other. Finally, we were pulling up to the gates!
If you ask any second-grade class what they want to be when they grow up, you will likely hear at least one “firefighter” response. The second graders at Lincoln Elementary visited Junction City Fire Department on May 12, 2017. The two classes split up into three groups to tour the station. After the second graders left JCFD, it was a short walk to the Bramlage Public Library. There the students learned about friendship and were even give the chance to make their own friendship bracelets.
On Friday, May 5, 2017, USD 475 Elementary schools visited the 4-H Senior Center in Junction City for AG Day (Agriculture Day). The activity
Fourth graders at Seitz Elementary went on a tour of Fort Riley NetZero facilities on May 2, 2017. The students, whose goal was to
Works which included the “Vetruvian Man” were shown to students of Grandview Elementary who took part in a Beach Museum tour. These students later tested theories about the symmetry of the human body. Students used these theories to learn how to draw a face; putting the eyes and ears in the correct place. Did you know that the length of our head is approximately 1/8th the length of our body when fully grown.