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Students learn how to build a circuit

Courtesy photo Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado led Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School in a special lesson on how to build a circuit. The class is studying electricity and following Barnado’s presentation the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.


Courtesy photo Daylon Craddock and Cayden Kingsmore work on building an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and recently had a special lesson on building an electrical circuit taught by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado. After Barnado’s presentation, the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.


Courtesy photo Harshal Patel, a student in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School, holds the electrical circuit he made as part of the class’ study of electricity. The students made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.


Courtesy photo Katie Cooke and Kim Vaughn work together to make an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.


Courtesy photo Keyshaun Brannon and Samaria Salters work on building electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and light bulb. They are students in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School which is studying electricity. The students made the circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.


Courtesy photo Leigh Ann Vanderford works on building an electrical circuit using a battery, wire, and a light bulb in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.


BUFFALO — Do you know how to make an electrical circuit? Some elementary school students do after getting some special instruction recently.

At Buffalo Elementary School recently, the students in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class had the opportunity of having a guest instructor to along their unit on electricity.

The guest instructor was Tim Barnado, Director of Technology for the Union County School District. Barnado led the class in a lesson on how to build a circuit.

Following Barnado’s presentation, the students worked together to build electrical circuits from batteries, wires, and light bulbs.

Courtesy photo Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado led Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School in a special lesson on how to build a circuit. The class is studying electricity and following Barnado’s presentation the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-b-7.jpgCourtesy photo Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado led Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School in a special lesson on how to build a circuit. The class is studying electricity and following Barnado’s presentation the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.

Courtesy photo Daylon Craddock and Cayden Kingsmore work on building an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and recently had a special lesson on building an electrical circuit taught by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado. After Barnado’s presentation, the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-Daylon-and-Cayden.jpgCourtesy photo Daylon Craddock and Cayden Kingsmore work on building an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and recently had a special lesson on building an electrical circuit taught by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado. After Barnado’s presentation, the students worked together to build electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and a light bulb.

Courtesy photo Harshal Patel, a student in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School, holds the electrical circuit he made as part of the class’ study of electricity. The students made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-Harshal.jpgCourtesy photo Harshal Patel, a student in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School, holds the electrical circuit he made as part of the class’ study of electricity. The students made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.

Courtesy photo Katie Cooke and Kim Vaughn work together to make an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-Katie.jpgCourtesy photo Katie Cooke and Kim Vaughn work together to make an electrical circuit in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits using using a battery, wire, and a light bulb following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.

Courtesy photo Keyshaun Brannon and Samaria Salters work on building electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and light bulb. They are students in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School which is studying electricity. The students made the circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-Keshaun.jpgCourtesy photo Keyshaun Brannon and Samaria Salters work on building electrical circuits using a battery, wire, and light bulb. They are students in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School which is studying electricity. The students made the circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.

Courtesy photo Leigh Ann Vanderford works on building an electrical circuit using a battery, wire, and a light bulb in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Light-Leigh-Ann.jpgCourtesy photo Leigh Ann Vanderford works on building an electrical circuit using a battery, wire, and a light bulb in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class at Buffalo Elementary School. The class is studying electricity and made electrical circuits following a lesson by Union County School District Director of Technology Tim Barnado.
Students learn how to build a circuit
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