Colonial pies at Welchester
Fifth graders Lyric Oglesby and Addie Browne open up a bag of flour and get their measuring cups ready to begin making a pie on Nov. 16 at Welchester Elementary School.
Christian Knightwalker cuts up an apple that he will use in his pie. Welchester Elementary School’s fifth graders made pies as a wrap up to their colonial studies on Nov. 16.
Fifth grader Christopher Applegate works with Matt Fish, a parent volunteer, on a pie crust on Nov. 16 at Welchester Elementary School.
From back to front, Erin Dander, a parent volunteer, assists fifth graders Roland Dander and Kaliea Nicholas with the dough for a pie Nov. 16 in Welchester Elementary School’s cafeteria.
Jill Taran, a parent volunteer, kneads dough on Nov. 16 while Welchester fifth graders, from left, Anderson Taran, Pat Wehrli and Evan Jackson work on prepping another batch of dough.
Annie Osborne tests out the dough she made for Welchester’s fifth-grade class’ colonial pie baking on Nov. 16 as a wrap up to the students’ colonial studies.
On Nov. 16, Welchester Elementary School’s fifth graders gathered in the cafeteria to make apple pies. The pie baking was a wrap up to the students’ colonial studies.