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Children explore science, literacy and art at Bodley

In celebration of Bring Your Child to Work Day, nearly two dozen children of Fulton City School District employees learned a bit more about what their parents do for a living on Thursday.

As part of Bring Your Child to Work Day, Kyle Williams (son of GRB art teacher Meredith Williams) joins National Honor Society member Kimberly Searor to admire the turtle shell on display in Dan Mainville’s science classroom.
As part of Bring Your Child to Work Day, Kyle Williams (son of GRB art teacher Meredith Williams) joins National Honor Society member Kimberly Searor to admire the turtle shell on display in Dan Mainville’s science classroom.

There were a variety of options for the youth to explore at G. Ray Bodley High School during the school day, including literacy time, a physical education period, science adventures and art activities.

In the art classroom, children created work using several mediums such as pastels, clay, beads and crayons.

In Dan Mainville’s science class, his three children enjoyed seeing the different things that their dad teaches to his students.

High School students, National Honor Society members, teachers and staff all volunteered to make sure the day was a success.