• Published September 1, 2020

    Second grade students at Crockett Elementary are exploring the wild without ever leaving their classroom.

    During their animal habitats lesson, each student chose an animal to research. They learned about where it lives, how it behaves and what it eats. They also drew a picture of the animal in its natural habitat. Students chose anything from snakes and wolves to sloths and reindeer.

    "We've talked about how they live and survive in the environment," said CES student Eden Holt. "I chose a reindeer. I'm going to look at sloths next week because they're really cute."