Grayson County High School and the Grayson County Public Library combined to help bring 3rd graders together in the “Unite to Read” program.
The goal of the program is to explore current topics to help the students grow literacy skills.
To assist, each child received a book for their own library with this year’s being “Corn,” by Gail Gibbons.
Continuing on that theme, the students learned all about this versatile and important grain—its history as a crop, the four main types, how it’s grown, and how it’s used to make everything from food to paper to medicine.
Students were given the opportunity to learn from GCHS’ FFA program, observe 3D printers among other hands-on activities.
By: Sam Gormley, Local News