Three Columbia High School seniors returned to their roots last week, visiting their old elementary school Green Meadow to assist 2nd graders in creating salt dough landforms as part of the class’ geography unit. The Columbia students – Justin Sapienza, Evan Farnan and Ryan Seely – volunteered their time as part of service requirements in Rho Kappa, the school’s Social Studies National Honor Society.
Working together, the high school and elementary students created islands, mountains, peninsulas, volcanoes, hills, valleys, canyons and mesas.
“We loved coming back and doing the project with your class,” Mr. Seely told Mr. Ecker and his students.
Columbia seniors Justin Sapienza, Evan Farnan and Ryan Seely returned to their roots this week, visiting their old elementary school Green Meadow to assist 2nd graders with a geography project. ⛰️ 🏝️ pic.twitter.com/a7bANbKJOz
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