Over the past few weeks, we have had visitors in our schools, as well as field trips in town and out of town. FEM Electric made a stop to visit our third and fifth grade students to teach them about what cooperatives are, electricity, as well as farm safety. Their presentation was done in the classroom, as well as in the lunchroom and gym. In the pictures you can see the display used to show farm safety, and not pictured was a demonstration of electrical equipment that is commonly used. Dr. Bode, from Animal Health Center here in Faulkton, also made a stop by the fifth grade classroom. Animal cells was the topic of discussion. Students were able to see cells on the Promethean Board through the microscope. It is great to have Dr. Bode share his expertise with this group of students.
Our students have also been very fortunate to have been able to take some field trips as well. Our kindergarten has taken a cross-town hike to the fire department and sheriff's office. The fourth grade took a trip to NSU for the Northern Prairie Water Festival, the seniors and juniors attended the NSU Business Symposium, and Mr. Ulrich took a group of students to Augustana University for Science Day. I know there are probably others not mentioned as well.
The Faulkton Area Schools District thanks our community and surrounding area for giving us the ability to experience so many exciting opportunities for learning. Our staff works hard to provide new and innovative ways to educate our children. Education is ever changing, and I can't thank our staff and community enough for the hard work they put in to make learning meaningful for our students. It takes a village...
|Dr. John Bode with microscope set-up for students to see|
|Kindergarten visiting with Faulk County Sheriff Department|
|Kindergarten visiting the Faulkton Volunteer Fire Department|
|4th Grade at Water Festival|