The third Heard Around School of the 2016-17 school year took place at River Grove Elementary School.
Editor's Note: For Heard Around School, a perennial feature series, The Review travels to schools throughout the Lake Oswego School District, asking questions just for the fun of hearing what kids have to say. The third HAS of the 2016-17 school year took place at River Grove Elementary School.
What are the most fun activities to do outside in the rain or in the snow?
"Make an igloo. I made half of one. It wouldn't fall over. We had it up for a long time."
— Robbie Bruce, second grade
"Making snow balls — (then) throw them at dad!"
— Milo Liebisch, kindergarten
"Making snow ice cream — our family, we gather fresh snow, and we add vanilla and sugar to make ice cream."
— Reese Siegel, fourth grade
"In the snow, I like making snow angels and sledding. A couple of years ago, we went up to Mount Hood and sledded."
— Lily Hull, third grade
"(For) snow, making a snow man and stomping in the puddles (in the rain)."
— Rae Komfolio, first grade
"Having snowball fights with my friends 'cause I like having fights with my friends — snowball fights."
— Cooper Morris, fifth grade