November 1, 2012
After studying ancient China, seventh-graders from Lewis and Clark Middle School tried to apply what they had learned to modern America. To that end, they were visited by City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus to talk about how to grow a city, attract quality workers, and other problems cities face.
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Judging by the questions a group of seventh-graders posed to a city leader Wednesday, it appears the students are interested in a more “Earth friendly” community — one where the arts are valued, crime is minimal, recreation flourishes and technology rules.