Conger students test parachutes on action figures during ‘Interest Day’


Brittany Ash (left) chases a parachuting action figure thrown in the air by her classmate, Senia Paetz, for a lesson during Conger Elementary School’s “Teacher Interest Day” Wednesday afternoon. The girls, third-graders, were part of a lesson about parachutes that was taught by fourth-grade teacher Lisa Rehark, and got to make the parachutes and a harness for the action figures before finally getting to try them outside.

Brittany Ash (left) chases a parachuting action figure thrown in the air by her classmate, Senia Paetz, for a lesson during Conger Elementary School’s “Teacher Interest Day” Wednesday afternoon. The girls, third-graders, were part of a lesson about parachutes that was taught by fourth-grade teacher Lisa Rehark, and got to make the parachutes and a harness for the action figures before finally getting to try them outside.


Brittany Ash (left) chases a parachuting action figure thrown in the air by her classmate, Senia Paetz, for a lesson during Conger Elementary School’s “Teacher Interest Day” Wednesday afternoon. The girls, third-graders, were part of a lesson about parachutes that was taught by fourth-grade teacher Lisa Rehark, and got to make the parachutes and a harness for the action figures before finally getting to try them outside.

Brittany Ash (left) chases a parachuting action figure thrown in the air by her classmate, Senia Paetz, for a lesson during Conger Elementary School’s “Teacher Interest Day” Wednesday afternoon. The girls, third-graders, were part of a lesson about parachutes that was taught by fourth-grade teacher Lisa Rehark, and got to make the parachutes and a harness for the action figures before finally getting to try them outside.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/12/web1_parachute.jpgBrittany Ash (left) chases a parachuting action figure thrown in the air by her classmate, Senia Paetz, for a lesson during Conger Elementary School’s “Teacher Interest Day” Wednesday afternoon. The girls, third-graders, were part of a lesson about parachutes that was taught by fourth-grade teacher Lisa Rehark, and got to make the parachutes and a harness for the action figures before finally getting to try them outside.