Springfield students and parents went on a camping adventure Thursday night.
Although the tent was indoors, there were real problems. Math problems, that is.
Fifth-grade math teacher Kim Rutkowski planned Math Night as a way to get students and parents to interact and solving math problems. About 200 people attended, including about 85 percent of the fifth-grade class.
“This is probably the eighth Math Night I’ve done at Springfield. We try to do it once a year. This is a chance to give parents and children a way to work on math activities in a fun and educational way,” Rutkowski said.
Participants spent about 10 minutes at each of the seven stations set up in the Springfield Intermediate School gym.
Read more about the event in Friday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com.