New Tech Students Visit Waterloo Elementary

posted Apr 2, 2014, 8:21 AM by webmaster dnt   [ updated Apr 2, 2014, 8:24 AM ]
 
Eight Consumer Communication students received the opportunity to visit Waterloo Elementary, which is beginning a focus on project-based learning next year, and help kindergartners with an informational and exciting project.

The children have been designing a board game to take home and play with their family.  The game theme was “health” and students had a blast showing off their newly learned information regarding ‘being healthy’. 

Zoey Greenwalt, one of the New Tech students that went on the visit, talked about a little girl whose game had a chocolate bar space, but if you landed on it you had to go back to the beginning because “they aren't healthy”!  Zoey also commented on how impressed she was with the little one’s manners, and stated “they were always saying please and thank you”. 

The New Tech students all had fun stories and were more than happy to go help out a fellow school with project-based learning.  The eight students that went on the visit were Devin Bolen, Ty Meyers, Zoey Greenwalt, Madi VanHorn, Jacob Duke, Shelby Fox, Madi Busche, and Kristen Collier.  If you see any of these eight students, be sure to ask about their visit, they are more than glad to share the experience!


Pictured above is New Tech student Zoey Greenwalt with Hayden Bigger, Devon Shaffer, and Jarel Gonzalez.


Pictured below, from left to right:

New Tech student Jacob Duke with Davis Everingham and Paul Turner, and New Tech student Devin Bolen with Elodie Bishop.