Some area students are taking a trip back to the early 1900's. Students from Lewisburg Elementary are learning about a time when they would probably be churning butter after school instead of playing video games.
In a day of modern technology where computers can be found in nearly every classroom, some students are looking to get back to the basics. Second graders from Lewisburg Elementary participated in a one-room schoolhouse behind Logan County High School.
Students conducted a spelling bee and practiced math with sketches and chalk. Teachers say visiting the schoolhouse is a great way to teach students about the modern conveniences we take for granted.
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