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Elementary School, Extension Team Up For Summer Camp


July 4, 2019

Daria Anderson-Faden/The Observer

Elementary students were fascinated when Kevin Moser located the queen bee from his bee house. Moser shared with the summer campers information about how to keep bees. He has a bee house in his backyard. It pollinates a six mile radius, and the bees fly up to 15 mph.

Mary Lynch students obtained a stronger background in science last week as over 30 children in grades K-6th participated in the first ever summer camp of its kind here.

Kimball Public School partnered with the Kimball-Banner County Extension Office to host the academic and hands-on camp. The Extension Office supplied the curriculum for the camp.

Kimball teachers Denelle Klosterman, Kelli Patterson, Cassady Malm, Katie Culek provided the instruction while Robin Whitehead and Julia McGinnis helped throughout the mornings. Danielle Reader coordinated the camp.

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