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  • Students go “Back to the Future” at 4-H Days

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  • sixth grade students played with state-of-the-art military robots, explored wind technology, danced to music of the past several decades, and discovered static electricity at 4-h days: back to the future, held this week on fort leonard wood.
    4-h days: back to the future gave students the opportunity to explore science and technology through several work stations including video game technology, mad science - all about polymers, wind works, robotics, american bandstand to now - dance to be fit, worm holes in space challenge, and shock wave static electricity.
    4-h days is a collaborative program with 4-h, fort leonard wood, pulaski county missouri extension, the waynesville school district, and child youth and school services.
    “this introduces the sixth graders to the pippin youth center and the 4-h program. and gives the staff an opportunity to share their talents with other students in the community,” waita karcher, 4-h program assistant, said.
    throughout the day, volunteer soldiers from the 14th military police brigade worked with the students.

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