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A Day to Fly Away

Unit III students took class to new heights in mid-May. As part of their unit on geometrical structures, teachers Bill Schmidt and Dana Pease took students on a field trip to Summit Park in Blue Ash, where students flew kites they recently built in class. Pease said the project was designed to give fifth-graders an opportunity to spend time doing something fun and unique. “We felt that the students needed some time out of the classroom and off campus and the weather was great,” said Pease. “They have worked so hard all year and we wanted to honor their hard work and resilient nature with a symbolically freeing activity.”