Art City Fourth-grade Goes to Jail, In the Hutchings Museum

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Pictures by Shelby Thomas
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As part of the experience of going to the Hutchings Museum in Lehi, Utah, the students were locked in the county jail!  This awesome museum is tucked away, just off the historical Main Street in Lehi.  During this field trip students rotated through several different themed rooms.  The themes included Utah pioneers, native communities, Lehi history (including an awesome gun collection and a saddle owned by Porter Rockwell), rocks and minerals, fossils, and birds (they have live replies in the bird room).  The students laughed a lot and enjoyed all the interesting facts shared in each rotation.    They also had the opportunity to type their initials through the telegraph system!