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Middle School students experience the State Capitol/MO Highway Patrol HQ!

posted Apr 7, 2016, 7:37 AM by Cabool R-IV Schools
MO State Capitol
The first stop students made was at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Museum where students were educated on safe driving and learned about the history of the Highway Patrol. Students then went to the Capitol building where they were given a tour and learned a great amount of information pertaining to Missouri's history. Students also had the opportunity to tour the Governor's Mansion. For lunch, students were taken to Arris' Pizza where the school was generous enough to pay for every student's and teacher's lunch. After a long day of touring and learning, students were taken to Kokomo Joe's were students were able to ride go-carts, play arcade games, putt-putt golf, batting cages, and a driving range.

News Article by: Ryan Smith