Park ranger addresses students


Students Rilee Manring, Will Legg, Jasmine Woodard, Maria Windsor, Austin Jackson, Mattie Norman, and Kendall Carlton doing a presentation on natural food chains.


Diane Garland of the National Park Service addresses fifth-grade students from Summer Kreeger’s and Meredith Tedder’s classes.


State and local park rangers visited fifth graders in the area recently, including Shoals Elementary School.

Diane Garland with the National Park Service visited with the school’s fifth-grade students recently, giving a demonstration and talk on food chains and food webs.

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Diane Garland(park ranger), and Mrs. Summer Kreeger and Mrs. Meredith Tedder’s 5th grade classes.

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Rilee Manring(student), Will Legg(student), Jasmine Woodard(student), Maria Windsor(student), Austin Jackson(student), Mattie Norman(student), Kendall Carlton(student)

Students Rilee Manring, Will Legg, Jasmine Woodard, Maria Windsor, Austin Jackson, Mattie Norman, and Kendall Carlton doing a presentation on natural food chains.
https://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Photo-Jan-24-8-33-28-AM.jpgStudents Rilee Manring, Will Legg, Jasmine Woodard, Maria Windsor, Austin Jackson, Mattie Norman, and Kendall Carlton doing a presentation on natural food chains.

Diane Garland of the National Park Service addresses fifth-grade students from Summer Kreeger’s and Meredith Tedder’s classes.
https://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Photo-Jan-24-8-25-43-AM.jpgDiane Garland of the National Park Service addresses fifth-grade students from Summer Kreeger’s and Meredith Tedder’s classes.
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