Butler students emerged in culture


Butler Avenue School third grade students were visited by Jennifer Wiley from Sampson Community College. Wiley talked with the students about the school’s ‘Going Global’ initiative. Third grade’s focus covers the continent of Africa. Wiley visits Africa three times a year, and during her visits, she lives with a family of the Maasai tribe in Kiberia where she is fully emerged in the culture there. During her visit to Butler Avenue, Wiley shared various artifacts such as handmade tools, jewelry, clothing, and household items, customs, and personal stories about her visits.


Butler Avenue School third grade students were visited by Jennifer Wiley from Sampson Community College. Wiley talked with the students about the school’s ‘Going Global’ initiative. Third grade’s focus covers the continent of Africa. Wiley visits Africa three times a year, and during her visits, she lives with a family of the Maasai tribe in Kiberia where she is fully emerged in the culture there. During her visit to Butler Avenue, Wiley shared various artifacts such as handmade tools, jewelry, clothing, and household items, customs, and personal stories about her visits.

Butler Avenue School third grade students were visited by Jennifer Wiley from Sampson Community College. Wiley talked with the students about the school’s ‘Going Global’ initiative. Third grade’s focus covers the continent of Africa. Wiley visits Africa three times a year, and during her visits, she lives with a family of the Maasai tribe in Kiberia where she is fully emerged in the culture there. During her visit to Butler Avenue, Wiley shared various artifacts such as handmade tools, jewelry, clothing, and household items, customs, and personal stories about her visits.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_IMG_0343-1.jpgButler Avenue School third grade students were visited by Jennifer Wiley from Sampson Community College. Wiley talked with the students about the school’s ‘Going Global’ initiative. Third grade’s focus covers the continent of Africa. Wiley visits Africa three times a year, and during her visits, she lives with a family of the Maasai tribe in Kiberia where she is fully emerged in the culture there. During her visit to Butler Avenue, Wiley shared various artifacts such as handmade tools, jewelry, clothing, and household items, customs, and personal stories about her visits.
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