On May 10, math teachers Aaron Key and Cindy Stout will be taking their geometry classes to Holiday World on a math field trip. They will be leaving the school around 9 a.m. and will return around 3 p.m. the same day. Stout believes this will benefit the kids in math.
“The field trip will give everyone a chance to experience the math in real life and real time. They will be working on an assignment while they visit the park. All elements of math are found at an amusement park. We will be focusing on the geometry branch of mathematics. I look forward to having the students experience shapes and apply the formulas we work on in class,” said Stout.
Stout and Key appreciate the School Board approving their field trip, in hopes of teaching the students lessons by using real life and real time.
Story by Faith Wilder