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CES Wings Express students learn about cooking, sun safety

Campbellsville Elementary School Wings Express students recently learned about cooking and being safe in the sun.

 

Wings Express students attended a two-week summer camp recently to have fun and learn together.

 

Students worked with teachers to sharpen their reading and math skills, while also having fun on several special trips and hearing from guest speakers and readers.

 

The group took a trip to Taylor County Extension Office for a day of activities.

 

With Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, students made homemade biscuits and took home ingredients to make their own bread.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, spoke to students about how to grow vegetables.

 

Students glued carrot seeds to paper towels to take home and plant.

 

And with Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, students learned how to be safe when spending time in the sun.

 

Students also enjoyed some time playing games outside together.

 

Wings Express is a program to help students with homework and other activities.

 

Students receive help with reading, math, science, technology, social skills and more. They also participate in activities to learn about nutrition.

 

The program, which is for students in kindergarten through third grade, is free to those who apply and are accepted.

 

Doug Holmes is Wings Express director.

 

For more information, or to donate to or volunteer with the program, call Holmes at (270) 465-4561.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, reads a book about gardens to CES Wings Express students.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, reads a book about gardens to CES Wings Express students.

 

CES first-graders William Li, at left, and Rylee Karr mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

CES first-graders William Li, at left, and Rylee Karr mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

CES first-graders Kingston Cowherd, at left, and Kaiyden Vancleave mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

CES first-graders Kingston Cowherd, at left, and Kaiyden Vancleave mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES first-grader Addi Taylor mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES first-grader Addi Taylor mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd and Kaiyden Vancleave mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd and Kaiyden Vancleave mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

From left, CES first-grader Jacob Parrish, third-grader Luke Mardis and first-graders William Li and Rylee Karr mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

From left, CES first-grader Jacob Parrish, third-grader Luke Mardis and first-graders William Li and Rylee Karr mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

CES first-graders Jaxon Williams, at left, and Victrin Ramsey mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

CES first-graders Jaxon Williams, at left, and Victrin Ramsey mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd, Kaiyden Vancleave and Jaxon Williams mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd, Kaiyden Vancleave and Jaxon Williams mix together ingredients to make homemade biscuits.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps, from left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd and Kaiyden Vancleave place homemade biscuits on a pan to bake.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps, from left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd and Kaiyden Vancleave place homemade biscuits on a pan to bake.

 

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd, Kaiyden Vancleave and Jaxon Williams cut dough as they make homemade biscuits.

From left, CES first-graders Addi Taylor, Kingston Cowherd, Kaiyden Vancleave and Jaxon Williams cut dough as they make homemade biscuits.

 

CES first-graders Kaiyden Vancleave, at left, and Jaxon Williams measure ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES first-graders Kaiyden Vancleave, at left, and Jaxon Williams measure ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES third-grader Luke Mardis measures ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES third-grader Luke Mardis measures ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES first-graders Victrin Ramsey, at left, and Jaxon Williams mix dough to take home and make homemade bread.

CES first-graders Victrin Ramsey, at left, and Jaxon Williams mix dough to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES first-grader Jacob Parrish mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES first-grader Jacob Parrish mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES first-graders Jaxon Williams, at left, and Kaiyden Vancleave mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES first-graders Jaxon Williams, at left, and Kaiyden Vancleave mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES first-grader William Li as he mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES first-grader William Li as he mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, serves CES first-grader Kingston Cowherd a homemade biscuit that he and his classmates made.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, serves CES first-grader Kingston Cowherd a homemade biscuit that he and his classmates made.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES Wings Express students about growing vegetables. Pictured are third-graders Amani Bridgewater, at left, and Kadance Ford.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES Wings Express students about growing vegetables. Pictured are third-graders Amani Bridgewater, at left, and Kadance Ford.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES Wings Express students about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, third-graders Amani Bridgewater, Kadance Ford, Keiava Thompson and Journey Webb.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES Wings Express students about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, third-graders Amani Bridgewater, Kadance Ford, Keiava Thompson and Journey Webb.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, Journey Webb, Brendan Martin and Amani Bridgewater.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, Journey Webb, Brendan Martin and Amani Bridgewater.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, Kadance Ford, Keiava Thompson and Navon Copeland.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables. Pictured are, from left, Kadance Ford, Keiava Thompson and Navon Copeland.

 

CES third-graders, from left, Keiava Thompson, Journey Webb and Navon Copeland look at some garden vegetables.

CES third-graders, from left, Keiava Thompson, Journey Webb and Navon Copeland look at some garden vegetables.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, talks to CES third-graders about growing vegetables.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, helps CES third-graders glue carrot seeds on a paper towel, which they took home to plant. From left are Gracie Murphy, Brendan Martin and Navon Copeland.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, helps CES third-graders glue carrot seeds on a paper towel, which they took home to plant. From left are Gracie Murphy, Brendan Martin and Navon Copeland.

 

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, helps CES third-grader Journey Webb glue carrot seeds on a paper towel to take home and plant.

Kara Back, extension agent for horticulture, helps CES third-grader Journey Webb glue carrot seeds on a paper towel to take home and plant.

 

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Marla Bat see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Marla Bat see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

 

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Riley Richardson see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Riley Richardson see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

 

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Xavien Smith see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Xavien Smith see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

 

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Nevaeh Milburn see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science, helps CES kindergartener Nevaeh Milburn see the damage the sun can cause to a person’s skin.

 

From left, CES third-graders Diego Aquino, Navon Copeland and Brendan Martin sample the homemade biscuits they made.

From left, CES third-graders Diego Aquino, Navon Copeland and Brendan Martin sample the homemade biscuits they made.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES students mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread. From left are second-graders Elyzabeth Fisher, Kaylee Thompson, Gavin Paris and Vicky Li.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES students mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread. From left are second-graders Elyzabeth Fisher, Kaylee Thompson, Gavin Paris and Vicky Li.

 

CES second-graders, from left, Gavin Paris, Kaylee Thompson, Elyzabeth Fisher, Vicky Li and Kylei Thompson mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES second-graders, from left, Gavin Paris, Kaylee Thompson, Elyzabeth Fisher, Vicky Li and Kylei Thompson mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Kylei Thompson as she mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Kylei Thompson as she mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Gavin Paris mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Gavin Paris mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES second-graders Laurna McKenzie, at left, and Vicky Li mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES second-graders Laurna McKenzie, at left, and Vicky Li mix ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES second-graders Kylei Thompson, at left, and Gavin Paris mix together ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

CES second-graders Kylei Thompson, at left, and Gavin Paris mix together ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Vicky Li as she mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant, helps CES second-grader Vicky Li as she mixes ingredients to take home and make homemade bread.

 

CES kindergartener Nevaeh Milburn hula hoops.

CES kindergartener Nevaeh Milburn hula hoops.

 

CES kindergartener Marla Bat hula hoops.

CES kindergartener Marla Bat hula hoops.

 

CES second-grader Gavin Paris samples a homemade biscuit he and his classmates made.

CES second-grader Gavin Paris samples a homemade biscuit he and his classmates made.

 

CES second-grader Elyzabeth Fisher samples a homemade biscuit she and her classmates made.

CES second-grader Elyzabeth Fisher samples a homemade biscuit she and her classmates made.





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