Fourth graders visit the Hutching's Museum

Students locked up in an old jail cell.

Fourth-grade students from Goshen Elementary took a field trip to the Hutching's Museum in Lehi.  Students learned more about science and Utah's history.  They saw many types of rocks, fossils, and minerals that are found in Utah.  They learned about the Native Americans that lived here and saw some arrowheads, drums, and how they used animals and crops.  They also learned about the pioneers and lifted up the heavy irons they used for clothes.  One of the students' favorite parts was learning about the Wild West where they were locked up in an old jail cell.