Bakken students get a taste of Ethiopia

Thomas Haskins presents fellow students Maggie Purkey, front, and Emma Enriquez with a picture made from banana leaves.

Thomas Haskins remembers some of the experiences from his native Ethiopia, where he lived until he was 7.

He played with an old bicycle tire, which was his toy. He and his friends also played a game where they would use a stick to hit a ball as far as it could go. Just like baseball — except the next part was that the first person to find the ball got to hit it again.

Haskins didn’t remember the name of this game, or even if they had a name for it.  

Haskins, now 12, is a student at Bakken Elementary. He and his mother, Besky Haskins, led the after-school discussion with his fellow sixth-graders on what Ethiopia was like.

Read the rest at the Williston Herald. 

News

Posted on
05/11/2018
May 11, 2018Dear Parents, Teachers, Building Occupants, and Employee Organizations:
Posted on
05/10/2018
North Dakota has launched a new website designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools. NDInsights features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including:
Posted on
04/13/2018
Online registration for returning students begins March 22, 2018. Williston Public School District #1 uses an online registration system. With this registration system, you will be able to see your student’s current enrollment information and make any necessary changes to it.
Enabling this option will replace all fonts with the Open Dyslexic font.
Enabling this option will show a high-contrast version of this site's theme.