Posted: Oct 16, 2012 1:46 PM by Robin O'Day - KPAX News
Updated: Oct 17, 2012 9:18 AM
LOLO- Our children may be able to do something many of us have not, go to the moon.
Thanks to a One Class at a Time grant from Allegiance Benefit Plan Management and Montana's New Station, many western Montana students are closer to making this a reality.
Woodman School teacher Louise Rhode will be purchasing robotic kits with the grant money, and says that with space privatization and some hands on work in the classroom, many young learners have their eye on the moon.
"We've talked to the kids that possibly, within their lifetimes, they may be taking a trip up to the space lab or up to the moon and they're real excited about that," Rhode said.
Click here to apply for a One Class at a Time grant.