Campbellsville Elementary School Wings Express students had lots of fun during a four-week summer program, which began in late May and ended in June.
Students spent the first week reading, learning math, building with Legos and more, playing games and visiting the Taylor County Extension Office.
At the extension office, students made tie-dye bags, learned about the ocean, made healthy pudding snacks and painted their own color wheels.
At Wings Express, students receive help with reading, math, science, technology, social skills and more. They also participate in activities to learn about nutrition.
Wings Express students stay at CES from 3 to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 1 to 3 p.m. on Fridays for activities.
There are no Wings Express activities on Wednesdays.
Students are given a snack and then divided into groups to participate in programs that best fit their needs.
About 90 students participate in the Wings Express program.
Amanda Barnett was Wings Express director during the summer program. Doretha Sanders will be director for the 2017-2018 school year.
For more information about the program, call Sanders at (270) 465-4561.
CES kindergarteners, from left, LeeAnna Garvin, Trenton Harris, Caleb Goodson and Gracie Gebler read and practice their math skills together.
From left, CES second-graders Zaemar Hoskins, Ryan Tungate and Aidan Wilson build a race track.
CES kindergartener Jayden Maupin puts his hands in a tub full of beads.
From left, CES second-graders Joseph Greer, Gavin Martin and Aidan Bowles and their classmates build together.
CES first-graders, from left, Kenady Hayes, Amani Bridgewater and Gabe Prior build a racetrack.
From left, CES first-graders Destini Gholston, Lillian Martin, Maleigha Travis and Kadance Ford play math bingo.
CES kindergarteners Marlee Dickens, at left, and Zoe Weddle make bead art together.
CES first-graders Gracie Murphy, at left, and Ammarissa Nunez tie knots in their bags so they can tie-dye them.
Amanda Sublett, extension agent for 4-H youth development at Taylor County Extension Office, talks to CES Wings Express students about animals found in the ocean.
CES Wings Express Director Amanda Barnett helps second-grader Sean Welch tie knots in his bag so he can tie-dye it.
CES first-grader Ammarissa Nunez tie-dyes her bag.
CES first-grader Gracie Murphy tie-dyes her bag.
CES seeond-grader Gavin Martin tie-dyes his bag.
From left, CES kindergarteners Trinity Clark, Lillie Judd, Gracie Gebler and Quincy Travis sample a healthy yogurt snack.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, talks to CES Wings Express students about measuring ingredients.
From left, CES third-graders De’Asia Fisher, Tiffani Gaddie and Landon Tucker prepare bananas as they make a healthy snack.
CES third-graders Adrianna Garvin, at left, and Alyssa Knezevic prepare grapes as they make a healthy snack.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CES Wings Express students John Gholston, center, and Connor Coots, third-graders, prepare fruit as they make a healthy snack.
CES teacher Doretha Sanders helps third-graders as they prepare to make a healthy yogurt snack.
CES third-graders Shaiden Calhoun, at left, and Malikiah Spurling stir their yogurt snack.
Angie Freeman, expanded foods and nutrition program assistant at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CES third-grader Austin Sloan measure orange juice.
Audrey Myers, extension agent for family and consumer science at Taylor County Extension Office, helps students create their own color wheel.
CES first-grader Navon Copeland creates his own color wheel.
CES first-grader Parker Scharbrough creates his own color wheel.
CES first-grader Stella Newcomb makes her own color wheel.
Amanda Sublett, extension agent for 4-H youth development at Taylor County Extension Office, helps CES Wings Express students make ocean animals out of paper plates. At left is third-grader Malikiah Spurling and at right is third-grader Grayson Dooley.
CES first-graders Navon Copeland, at left, and Gabe Prior try to decode some math problems with their classmates.
From left, CES first-graders Brendan Martin, Amani Bridgewater and Kadance Ford work math problems together.
CES first-graders Lillian Martin, at left, and Keiava Thompson work math problems together.
CES kindergartener Marlee Dickens practices counting.
CES kindergarteners Elyzabeth Fisher, at left, and Zoe Weddle share a laugh as they practice counting.
CES second-graders Gavin Martin, at left, and Aidan Bowles read together.
CES Wings Express assistant Jessica Williams reads to students.
CES first-grader Kierra Maupin reads.
CES first-graders Lillian Martin, at left, and Keiava Thompson read together.
CES third-graders, from left, Aleecia Knezevic, Braelyn Taylor and Alyssa Knezevic read together.
CES Wings Express assistant George Boyd reads to students.
CES third-grader Grayson Dooley reads.