Scott visits Bright Elementary


The sixth grade science classes at Bright Elementary had a special guest speaker on Oct. 18. Megan Scott from the Highland County Soil and Water Conservation District office came and gave a presentation about rocks and minerals, which is what the class is currently studying. During the presentation the students could use rock kits donated by the Ohio Aggregate and Industrial Minerals Association. Scott discussed the uses of each type of rock and mineral in the kit, then the students played a game of “Jeopardy” with their new knowledge. Did you know that some kinds of makeup have certain kinds of rocks or minerals in their ingredients? That is just one of the fascinating pieces of information the class learned.

The sixth grade science classes at Bright Elementary had a special guest speaker on Oct. 18. Megan Scott from the Highland County Soil and Water Conservation District office came and gave a presentation about rocks and minerals, which is what the class is currently studying. During the presentation the students could use rock kits donated by the Ohio Aggregate and Industrial Minerals Association. Scott discussed the uses of each type of rock and mineral in the kit, then the students played a game of “Jeopardy” with their new knowledge. Did you know that some kinds of makeup have certain kinds of rocks or minerals in their ingredients? That is just one of the fascinating pieces of information the class learned.


The sixth grade science classes at Bright Elementary had a special guest speaker on Oct. 18. Megan Scott from the Highland County Soil and Water Conservation District office came and gave a presentation about rocks and minerals, which is what the class is currently studying. During the presentation the students could use rock kits donated by the Ohio Aggregate and Industrial Minerals Association. Scott discussed the uses of each type of rock and mineral in the kit, then the students played a game of “Jeopardy” with their new knowledge. Did you know that some kinds of makeup have certain kinds of rocks or minerals in their ingredients? That is just one of the fascinating pieces of information the class learned.

The sixth grade science classes at Bright Elementary had a special guest speaker on Oct. 18. Megan Scott from the Highland County Soil and Water Conservation District office came and gave a presentation about rocks and minerals, which is what the class is currently studying. During the presentation the students could use rock kits donated by the Ohio Aggregate and Industrial Minerals Association. Scott discussed the uses of each type of rock and mineral in the kit, then the students played a game of “Jeopardy” with their new knowledge. Did you know that some kinds of makeup have certain kinds of rocks or minerals in their ingredients? That is just one of the fascinating pieces of information the class learned.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/10/web1_Whiteoak-pic.jpgThe sixth grade science classes at Bright Elementary had a special guest speaker on Oct. 18. Megan Scott from the Highland County Soil and Water Conservation District office came and gave a presentation about rocks and minerals, which is what the class is currently studying. During the presentation the students could use rock kits donated by the Ohio Aggregate and Industrial Minerals Association. Scott discussed the uses of each type of rock and mineral in the kit, then the students played a game of “Jeopardy” with their new knowledge. Did you know that some kinds of makeup have certain kinds of rocks or minerals in their ingredients? That is just one of the fascinating pieces of information the class learned.