LC CONWAY CHRONICLES How do you cook a turkey? Ezard Elementary students give their best guesses on how to cook the holiday favorite
Kiya Eads, first grade
Aiden Lohrman, first grade Rayland Burns, first grade “First, you shoot a turkey, then you drag it back to the house and you put it on a pan, then you pluck its feathers, then put it in the oven and you eat it.”
“ e go grab our ri es. ou shoot it, then you drag it into your house, and then we put it on a pan, then we cook it and we eat it.”
“First, you go out into the woods and kill a turkey, then you bring it back home. ou pluck its feathers, you cut it open, you put it in the oven and after it’s done, you season it. Then you eat it.”
Marshal Clark, pre-k
Brianna Rael, first grade
Piper Corle, pre-k
“ ou shoot a turkey, you go home, you go put it on a pan, and you put it in the oven, and you put some stuff on it, then you eat it.
“We cut the turkey with a knife and we use it with a spatula, and we slice it and we put it in a pan and then we put it in the stove.”
“ ou cook it in the oven, then you take him out, then you chop its head off, then you eat him.
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LC CONWAY CHRONICLES Preschoolers take a trip to the pumpkin patch ALEXA HIGBEE
CONWAY CHRONICLES On Oct. 5, the preschoolers took their annual trip to Gunter Farms. Taking this trip is a great experience for everyone involved from parents to teachers to students. “Seeing their face when we first arrive is heartwarming,” preschool teacher Colette Rogers said. “For most of the children, this is their first field trip, and I love getting to be a part of that. I also enjoy watching all the students with their families and the family’s interaction. We had a great turn out of over 75 students and parents.” The trip isn’t just to get the students into the fall spirit. It’s also a learning experience for them. “Right now we are learning about the plant life cycle which is where the pumpkins come in. After they pick out their pumpkins we see who has the biggest to the smallest and that works on math skills. We are also learning about dairy production and the students go to see the different games that had to do with cattle,” Rogers explained about the trip. When asked what their favorite parts of the field trip were, the preschoolers had plenty to tell. Many of the students were excited by the number of activities at Gunter Farms and were happy to share them with their family mem-
bers and friends. “I got to jump in the corn bath, climb up on top of the hay, and go down the big slide. I picked a small pumpkin that was the perfect size. My most favorite part was riding on the hay wagon,” Landrye Cravens said. “After I took my small pumpkin home, I made a happy face on it,” Rebel Sorrells said. “I liked riding on the tractor ’s trailer.” Paisley Yelvington answered, “My favorite part was getting a pumpkin. I got to go home with my Grandma Brandy, and I got to go down the fast slide. “I’m happy my mom came with me. I love her and playing with her hair,” Jaxson Yelvington added. “The big slide was so fun.” Sofia Ingersoll replied, “My favorite part was getting a pumpkin. I liked going down the slide with my dad, and my mom rode the tractor with me.” “I got a pumpkin, rode on a tractor, went through the maze with my friend, and played in the popcorn pool,” Roman Eidson stated. The trip was a great learning experience for the students and gave them a new outlook. Hopefully, Ezard Elementary will continue to take these little learners on this eye-opening experience.
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Ezard Elementary School preschoolers pose for a picture in front of a giant painted hay bale at Gunter Farms near Conway.
Meet the bears HALEY WILLIAMS
Meet Conway Lady Bear Maysen Doing, daughter of Kristen Keen and Travis Doing. Maysen is in the seventh grade and joined cross country to be able to run with her friends and family. Maysen plays basketball, softball, volleyball, and runs cross country and track. Maysen hasn’t earned any medals yet, but is working hard for some hardware. Maysen’s favorite part of cross country is the cross country dinners where she gets to hang out with friends and family.
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