Kingsfield Students Go Geocaching, Blast To The Moon And Learn About The Environment

September 19, 2019

Fifth grade students from Kingsfield Elementary School took part in science programs at the Roy Hyatt Environmental Center in Cantonment this week.

Students took part in a geocaching adventure in search of caches filled with science treasures on Monday.

Tuesday, students blasted off into space while participating in a planetarium program. They also learned about the water cycle, weathering erosion and deposition, and water pollution in an environmental program.

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One Response to “Kingsfield Students Go Geocaching, Blast To The Moon And Learn About The Environment”

  1. Swamp Rat on September 19th, 2019 11:31 am

    The Roy Hyatt Environmental Center has a brand new facility with all of the latest technology. They have implemented new programs with the geocaching and planetarium. They now have a butterfly garden, gazebo, undersea classroom and beautifully painted bird bus for bird watching. The bus was painted by a volunteer who is a local artist. Yes, they still have the nature trails and boardwalks, the old school house, the old farm house and of course the reptiles.

    Open House for the Roy Hyatt Environmental Center will be October 25th. Please come out and join the festivities.





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