Eighty farm animals moved into the Ann Reid Early Childhood Center for a day.
There, the students are in the midst of learning about farming and harvesting.
For help, the school contacted “All the Fun in 1” entertainment company, who brought over everything from alpacas and goats, to mini horses and even a donkey.
Principal Tarah Allen was glad her students got to learn about these animals through personal encounters.
“We wanted to have that hands on learning experience to go along with all the reading, and learning, and vocabulary with farm and harvest.”
Students from Kennedy Junior High School were sent as leaders to help guide the younger children with petting and feeding the animals.
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