Projects keep fourth-grade class busy

Instead of exchanging gifts in December, fourth-graders donated more than $160 to Muscatine’s Salvation Army kettle drive.

“The fourth-grade class is busy with many different projects,” said Treye Beinke, fourth-grade teacher. “Students are finishing the poem projects they’ve been working on since fall. In social studies they are almost done studying the 50 states and capitals and will soon begin studying Iowa history.

“On that same subject, in May the fourth grade will take a field trip to Urbandale to visit the Iowa Living History Farms and Iowa History Museum. In religion they are studying the Ten Commandments. We have had a great year, and the students have grown and learned so much!”

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