WILD for scienceNov 27, 2016 Photo provided
More than 275 Arapahoe Elementary students gathered Friday, Oct. 7, in Jackson for the WILD Science Festival, an immersion eduction program that teaches attendees about various fields, including wildlife, health, geoscience, astronomy and augmented reality. Participants ranged from kindergarten to sixth grade, and joined a group of 800 students from schools around the Rocky Mountain West. "Our students gained invaluable hands-on experiences and background knowledge during this trip," Arapahoe Elementary School principal Jeff Fuller said. "The kids and teachers thoroughly enjoyed our time in Jackson. We plan on participating in this science festival for many years to come."