Henry County Schools’ third graders recently embraced the opportunity to learn science outdoors during the Cubihatcha Kids program held by the Henry County Water Authority.

In its 15th year, hosted at the Cubihatcha Outdoor Education Center in Locust Grove, the program includes lessons from representatives of the authority and the Henry County Outdoor Education Partnership, including the school board, the Henry County stormwater department, the county 4-H program, Snapping Shoals and Central Georgia electric membership corporations, the Georgia Forestry Commission and the Georgia Farm Bureau.

More than 3,000 students and about 120 teachers attended.

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