Rush-Henrietta Winslow Elementary Second Grade Students visited the Tinker Homestead and Farm Museum to learn about 19th Century Farm Life in Henrietta. Hansen Nature Center also hosted a Field Camp for all Rush-Henrietta 7th Grade Students. Field stations were run by Students from R-H High School. In addition to these programs, all First Grade Students in R-H visited Tinker Nature Park for their curriculum based field trip on organisms.
|Town Historian Tina Thompson discussing domestic chores in the Homestead Kitchen|
|Brief lesson in dairy farming.|
|Students learned about some of the tools used in the 19th century for planting and harvesting crops.|
|Field station on micro pond organisms.|
|Field Station on Animal Adaptations.|