Thursday, March 27, 2014
Pre-schoolers from Riverfield Country Day School recently visited Garver’s Tulsa Office as part of the school’s weekly field trip program to provide first-hand experiences in a broad, relevant context and lay a foundation for comprehension of the world in which the children live.
“It was great to see their bright faces and curiosity with the items in the room,” said Garver Project Manager Jenny Sallee.
Among other activities, Garver staff talked to the students about the importance of roads and bridges before the kids sketched pictures of some recent Garver bridge projects.
“I didn’t know what to expect,” said Garver Project Manager Matthew Youngblood. “The kids were much more focused and interested than I expected them to be. You could tell some of them have a high potential to become engineers.”