B-B-E sixth graders spend Friday at Water Fest

 

September 30, 2021

RANDY OLSON

B-B-E sixth graders put their mock water treatment plants to work at Water Fest on September 24 in Glenwood.

Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa sixth graders participated in the annual Pope-Stevens counties Water Fest last Friday, September 24 at the Pope County Fairgrounds in Glenwood. It was one example of many educational field trips being taken by B-B-E elementary classes after most field trip activity was canceled in the 2020-2021 school year.

Water Day provides multiple learning sessions over the morning and early afternoon.

Session topics and session titles included: Exploring Underwater, Stormwater-Flood Plains-Land Use, Bubbleology, Water Beneath Your Feet, What Floats Your Boat, Fish Journey, What Water Would You Drink, Edible Infiltration, Water Treatment Plant and Incredible Journey No. 1 and No. 2-Water Quality.

Video from the Water Treatment Plant session is embedded in this article.


RANDY OLSON

(HD VIDEO) Sixth graders build mock water treatment plant devices to demonstrate how impurities are filtered out of drinking water.

 

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