As the spread of COVID-19 comes to a slow, local schools are continuing their field trip experiences
CARTHAGE, Mo. – Students in Carthage, are heading out into their community for field trips for the first time in the last two years.
According to Superintendent Mark Baker:
“Covid canceled many school activities, one of them being student field trips. Kids really missed getting out into the community and going places to learn.”
Some Carthage students took a tour of the city as part of their field trip this semester.
Officials say they plan to resume the scheduling of field trips for Carthage students for the 2022/2023 school year.
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