ELKINS, WV — Through interactive presentations, several schools in Randolph County offered reports to the board of education Tuesday as part of their annual Local School Improvement Council reports.
Students from North Elementary School lead board members and county officials through a “Walking Classroom” lesson on Martin Luther King Jr.
Susan Isner, a teacher at North Elementary, told board members the Walking Classroom lessons are used twice a week by students in fourth and fifth grades, adding that the lessons also promote character building and exercise.
“The students absolutely love it,” Isner said. “The lessons are approximately 16 minutes in length and they contain character education and a health message.”