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Isabelle Honchar, of Robin Millner’s fourth-grade classroom, poses next to a compass rose added to the United States map that was created as an Eagle Scout project in July. Photo submitted
Submitted by Dr. Julian Rogus School
2:21 am CDT October 13, 2019

With a new year comes a new learning tool at Rogus. A colorful playground map was created over the summer for students as part of an Eagle Scout project. Fourth graders have started the year with a geography unit. They are currently learning map features like the compass rose, intermediate directions, and map legends. This week students were “caught” adding these features to the playground map unprompted. It is exciting to witness students applying their learning already.