On Oct. 6, the entire fourth grade of Shook Elementary went to visit the Greenwood Rural School in Webster County. They were transported by bus, two classes at a time. The speakers that day were a former teacher and three past students of Greenwood.
Marshfield students who participated in this story: Hunter Erb, Layla Bradshaw, Calli Clemens, Jackie Shockley, Noah Totten, Owen Curley, Allie Houston, Samantha Bargewell, Peyton McBride and Damon Rust.
Marshfield students who participated in this story: Skylar Heinzel, Arabella Edwards, William Cannon, Lauren Replogle, Loralei Blanch, Avery Byars, Maggie Key, Allie Tweten and Boden Fairweather.
Students who participated in this article: Samantha Bargewell, Layla Bradshaw, Calli Clemons, Owen Curley, Hunter Erb, Allie Houston, Peyton McBride, Damon Rust and Noah Totten.
Marshfield ARC teacher Lori Herring’s fifth-graders have been on the trail to discovering Webster County’s lost communities. The next stop on the trail was Dudley, also known as Dudleytown.
Marshfield ARC teacher Lori Herring’s fifth-graders have been on the trail to discovering Webster County’s lost communities. Upon their research, they found the story of the Orphan Train, and its deep roots in the Marshfield area community.