Chicks hatched at York Suburban elementaries

Thanks to a grant from Kim and Doug George through the York Suburban Education Foundation, all second-grade classrooms at Yorkshire and Valley View elementary schools received a dozen eggs to incubate and watch develop into chicks. The students were responsible for turning the eggs three times a day for 21 days. All classrooms successfully hatched at least eight baby chicks. A local 4-H branch then delivered the chicks to area farms. Pictured are students in Cheryl Johnson's class at Valley View.

Thanks to a grant from Kim and Doug George through the York Suburban Education Foundation, all second-grade classrooms at Yorkshire and Valley View elementary schools received a dozen eggs to incubate and watch develop into chicks. The students were responsible for turning the eggs three times a day for 21 days. All classrooms successfully hatched at least eight baby chicks. A local 4-H branch then delivered the chicks to area farms. Pictured are students in Cheryl Johnson’s class at Valley View.

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