Conger cowboys in training


Second-graders Skyler Centers (right) and Brody Reisinger (center) take turns trying to lasso a plastic bull last week at Conger Elementary School. Educational assistant Robert Sexton taught students to make and use a lasso during “Teacher Interest Day.” They took turns practicing on the plastic bull and a large plastic barrel for 45 minutes Wednesday afternoon before rotating to another activity offered during Interest Day.

Second-graders Skyler Centers (right) and Brody Reisinger (center) take turns trying to lasso a plastic bull last week at Conger Elementary School. Educational assistant Robert Sexton taught students to make and use a lasso during “Teacher Interest Day.” They took turns practicing on the plastic bull and a large plastic barrel for 45 minutes Wednesday afternoon before rotating to another activity offered during Interest Day.


Second-graders Skyler Centers (right) and Brody Reisinger (center) take turns trying to lasso a plastic bull last week at Conger Elementary School. Educational assistant Robert Sexton taught students to make and use a lasso during “Teacher Interest Day.” They took turns practicing on the plastic bull and a large plastic barrel for 45 minutes Wednesday afternoon before rotating to another activity offered during Interest Day.

Second-graders Skyler Centers (right) and Brody Reisinger (center) take turns trying to lasso a plastic bull last week at Conger Elementary School. Educational assistant Robert Sexton taught students to make and use a lasso during “Teacher Interest Day.” They took turns practicing on the plastic bull and a large plastic barrel for 45 minutes Wednesday afternoon before rotating to another activity offered during Interest Day.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/12/web1_Lasso.jpgSecond-graders Skyler Centers (right) and Brody Reisinger (center) take turns trying to lasso a plastic bull last week at Conger Elementary School. Educational assistant Robert Sexton taught students to make and use a lasso during “Teacher Interest Day.” They took turns practicing on the plastic bull and a large plastic barrel for 45 minutes Wednesday afternoon before rotating to another activity offered during Interest Day.