Second-grade students Raion Jones, left, and Kenny Pierce at Arlington Elementary School in Lexington sketched ideas for posters about social studies. Wendi Keene of On the Move Studio led the project-based learning activity.
Second-grade students Raion Jones, left, and Kenny Pierce at Arlington Elementary School in Lexington sketched ideas for posters about social studies. Wendi Keene of On the Move Studio led the project-based learning activity. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com
Second-grade students Raion Jones, left, and Kenny Pierce at Arlington Elementary School in Lexington sketched ideas for posters about social studies. Wendi Keene of On the Move Studio led the project-based learning activity. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com

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