Bright sixth graders meet Bengals QB


Bright Elementary sixth graders were surprised with a once-in-a-lifetime experience during a field trip to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. During the last few weeks students spent time in math class completing word problems based on Cincinnati Bengals players and statistics, as well as research projects to determine which Bengals player (past or present) could be called the greatest at their position based on stats. These lessons culminated in a field trip to tour Paul Brown Stadium. While on the tour, much to everyone’s surprise, the class came upon several members of the Bengals team who greeted students with high-fives and stopped for selfies. The highlight was meeting Bengal quarterback Andy Dalton. After taking several individual selfies with students, he decided to call the whole group together to take one giant shot. This was a day that students, chaperones and teachers will never forget.


Bright Elementary sixth graders were surprised with a once-in-a-lifetime experience during a field trip to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. During the last few weeks students spent time in math class completing word problems based on Cincinnati Bengals players and statistics, as well as research projects to determine which Bengals player (past or present) could be called the greatest at their position based on stats. These lessons culminated in a field trip to tour Paul Brown Stadium. While on the tour, much to everyone’s surprise, the class came upon several members of the Bengals team who greeted students with high-fives and stopped for selfies. The highlight was meeting Bengal quarterback Andy Dalton. After taking several individual selfies with students, he decided to call the whole group together to take one giant shot. This was a day that students, chaperones and teachers will never forget.

Bright Elementary sixth graders were surprised with a once-in-a-lifetime experience during a field trip to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. During the last few weeks students spent time in math class completing word problems based on Cincinnati Bengals players and statistics, as well as research projects to determine which Bengals player (past or present) could be called the greatest at their position based on stats. These lessons culminated in a field trip to tour Paul Brown Stadium. While on the tour, much to everyone’s surprise, the class came upon several members of the Bengals team who greeted students with high-fives and stopped for selfies. The highlight was meeting Bengal quarterback Andy Dalton. After taking several individual selfies with students, he decided to call the whole group together to take one giant shot. This was a day that students, chaperones and teachers will never forget.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Bright-pic.jpgBright Elementary sixth graders were surprised with a once-in-a-lifetime experience during a field trip to Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. During the last few weeks students spent time in math class completing word problems based on Cincinnati Bengals players and statistics, as well as research projects to determine which Bengals player (past or present) could be called the greatest at their position based on stats. These lessons culminated in a field trip to tour Paul Brown Stadium. While on the tour, much to everyone’s surprise, the class came upon several members of the Bengals team who greeted students with high-fives and stopped for selfies. The highlight was meeting Bengal quarterback Andy Dalton. After taking several individual selfies with students, he decided to call the whole group together to take one giant shot. This was a day that students, chaperones and teachers will never forget.