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Mid-East Brings Wildlife to Nashport and West Muskingum Elementary Schools
Mid-East Brings Wildlife to Nashport and West Muskingum Elementary Schools

Mid-East recently visited kindergarten students at Nashport Elementary and fourth graders at West Muskingum Elementary for an Ohio Wildlife Exploration Activity. During the visits, students had the opportunity to paint plaster of Paris molds of wild animal tracks. They were also able to discover pelts, skulls and beehives up-close. Natural Resource Conservation students Wyatt Flood, Alexis Smith, Koy Denny and Kayla Fogle helped implement the activities at both schools. The visits were coordinated by Mid-East Career Specialist Robin McQuaid, Connie Still, Nashport kindergarten teacher, and Kelly Wilson, West Muskingum Elementary fourth grade teacher. West Muskingum Elementary fourth grade class is scheduled to take a field trip to Mid-East to visit the NRC lab. Pictured are kindergarten students (front row l to r) Macy Spiker, Addi VanSickle and Jaxon Fricke with their painted tracks and NRC students (back row l to r) Kayla Fogle, Alexis Smith, Wyatt Flood and Koy Denny. For more pictures from the visits, click here.

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