Exxon Mobile specialist visits Norco Elementary

From staff and wire reports
May 10, 2013 at 11:49 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Eric Keller, Kenrick Robertson, Cheyann Doman, Alexis Bonstaff and Aaron Tabora.
Eric Keller, Kenrick Robertson, Cheyann Doman, Alexis Bonstaff and Aaron Tabora.
Exxon Mobile employee Eric Keller visited Jessica Thomas’s 4th grade classroom at Norco Elementary.

Keller is a St. Charles Parish resident who teaches safety courses in Equatorial Guinea, Africa. He talked to the students in Michelle Naquin’s and Thomas's classes about his experiences working there. He also talked to the students about trading and bartering, which connected to what they were studying in social studies. He also brought money, paintings and other items from Africa for students to examine.

Payton Kennedy examines a painted material from Africa.
       



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