The 7th Grade Cultural Crawl was held October 17 in downtown Salina


About 600 seventh graders attended the first-ever Seventh Grade Cultural Crawl in downtown Salina on Monday, October 17. Students had the chance to learn about history, the arts, science and social studies as they attended 12 locations in the center of Salina. The stations included Campbell Plaza with Hip Hop and Rap Artist; Iron Avenue bridge a found Jane Anderson talking about the history and future of the Smoky Hill River; Access TV, Lakewood Discovery Center Salina Art Center to name a few. Seventh graders were targeted because this is an age that does not offer many field trips outside the classroom and where students are trying to fit in and be involved.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here