The Suburban Times continues its support of future journalists by publishing four of articles from the soon-to-be-published issue of the Hook, the Pioneer Middle School’s newspaper.
By Josh Biddinger and Thomas Pearson
Snowshoeing in straw in May? This was just one of the things sixth graders got to enjoy while at the Outdoor Expo. While there, sixth graders learned many things. For example, students had a chance to learn how to spin cast, fly fish, gun safety, archery, and archery. They had a chance to visit booths from various organizations. The field trip lasted all day and the weather was perfect. Some of the biggest hits were archery, air soft shooting, rock climbing, and the turkey rings. The sixth graders had to fill out a worksheet in which they identified 16 different places and something they learned from each one. It was a fun and educational field trip.Print This Post