By Tim Kowols
Legos and target shooting are just some of the unique programs T.J Walker Middle School students have been able to participate in during the opening months of the school year. The Outdoor Adventures course included environmental studies and safety courses for hunting and recreational vehicles, while Robotics used Legos to create projects to compete in regional competitions. Superintendent Dan Tjernagel says it was exciting to see the staff bring some of their interests into the classroom.
Second-semester elective courses include childcare and digital arts. T.J. Walker Middle School hopes to continue to add more options for the 2018-2019 school year.