Fifth graders spent three days this week at Farm School, taking on the duties of a working farm for two nights and three days. They fed the animals, mucked out stalls, cooked meals, and assisted with gardening. They also had free time to roam the farm and relax with classmates. Fifth grade teachers Jess Kato and Maggie Scannell said that students came together as a class at Farm School and gained a new appreciation for their fellow students. The experience broadens their worldview, and class members often end up seeing each other in a new light.