Westby Elementary School will be hosting a “Student Learning Fair” on Thursday, April 19, in the school gymnasium from 5-7 p.m. Parents and community are invited to attend anytime between 5:30—6:30 p.m. to view student generated projects and displays.

Each display was specifically chosen and created by the K-4 students to showcase their talents, interests, and hobbies. Last year’s projects included science experiments, healthy eating, dance, electrical circuits, art projects, inventions, historical displays, cooking demonstrations and many more. Most projects were completed at home.

Educator Rhonda Wemette said the event gives students a chance to learn about and share things that are specifically of interest to them.

“This event was a big hit last year, and we are anticipating many more participants this year. The public is encouraged to view the displays and speak with the children who created them,” Wemette said.

New this year will be projects and murals created by Miss Walsh’s art students. The evening with conclude with an ice cream treat reception in the cafeteria from 6:30-7 p.m.

For more information contact Westby Elementary School at 634-0500.


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Dorothy Robson is editor of the Westby Times. Contact her at 608-637-5625.

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