The annual lower school Environmental Fair, April 18, was a day full of hands on learning from a variety of community presenters. Students learned to build a race car out of Legos and circuits with Snapology, and held a variety of reptiles thanks to Dixie Electric. PALS taught valuable lessons on recycling and tips on how to keep our community clean. A local 4-H representative taught STEAM activities using cups and string, while Jacobs Engineering used edible treats to teach engineering. As always, Bonnie Plant Farm was on hand to help students plant herbs and vegetables to take home for the summer. Petland taught pet care and brought several furry friends. Representatives from the Red Cross helped the students understand the importance of having a family plan in the event of an emergency. Bee keeping was taught by Barrett Farms, and the Montgomery Public Library shared stories in the library. Outdoors the students learned about archery and how to cast fishing rods with the Wildlife and Fisheries Department. Our final presenter, Wild Birds Unlimited taught the students about the different types of birds native to our area and their importance. Many thanks to Ms. Marjory Johnson for organizing another wonderful day of learning and fun at this year’s Environmental Fair.