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By Lisana Eckenrode
Sun-Telegraph 

Central Elementary students keeping pace with Iditarod mushers

 

Lisana Eckenrode

Students at Central Elementary in Mrs. Roach’s class and Mrs. Sylvester’s class are keeping up with the Iditarod. Each student has chosen a musher and they are following his or her progress along the Iditarod trail.

Students at Central Elementary in Mrs. Roach’s class and Mrs. Sylvester’s class are keeping up with the Iditarod. Each student has chosen a musher and they are following his or her progress along the Iditarod trail.

In Sylvester’s math class, the children are being taught how Pi (3.14) circles tie in to the Iditarod checkpoints.

In Roach’s class, the children are participating in “Iditaround Nebraska,” using a map of Nebraska in the fashion of the Iditarod. The children read in their social studies book about historical places in the state, including Panorama Point and Chimney R...



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