Cassville students learn about Laura Ingalls Wilder

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
After returning from Christmas vacation, fourth-grade students at Cassville Intermediate School began studying the life of Missourian Laura Ingalls Wilder. On Friday, students celebrated Wilder by dressing up in pioneer clothing, played old-fashioned pioneer games, enjoyed guest speakers and made butter with help from CHS FFA members. Students had the opportunity to compare pioneer life to life today. In front row, from left, are: Yovanni Perez, Jonathan Stults, Aiden Van Trump, Bradley Stumpff. Second row: Chayton Issler, Nicolas Fierro, Ryan Norris, Colt Cox, Travis Thomas, Monty Hang and Matthew Harris. Standing: Anjolina Luper, CJ Brophy, Violet Rillstone, Ashley Alonso, Jessica Marlowe, Ava Periman,Trinity Scholl, Mackenzie Watkins, Laura Henry, Kaitlyn Tiner, Justine Robar and Kelsie Mark. In back is intermediate teacher Wilma Swofford. Contributed photo

After returning from Christmas vacation, fourth-grade students at Cassville Intermediate School began studying the life of Missourian Laura Ingalls Wilder.