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Students have fun with summer learning
Teachers continue to make learning fun during Literacy Camp this week as students went “fishing” for words and sounds in Mrs. Wells’ room.
The Cougar Cubs STEM camp students are designing and constructing their prototype for the “Egg Drop.” The Egg Drop project introduces students to physics concepts as they use various materials and problem solve to build a device which needs to act somewhat like a parachute in that the descent needs to be slowed in order to resist the force of gravity and ultimately protect the raw egg from the fall.
Under the direction of Mrs. Lovelady, 4-H students learned the parts of a fish as they painted a fish and went “fishing” after they learned how to cast a rod.
Mrs. Porch leads an edible 4-H lesson to learn about the importance of soil in growing plants by learning the purpose of the different layers of soil, bedrock, parent soil, subsoil, topsoil, and organic matter.
Central High School Coosa County students have been volunteering at the elementary school the last two weeks assisting with the different learning camps. Volunteering provides the opportunity to gain real-world experience, as well as earn the required Cougar Volunteer Hours for graduation.