Meteorologists from all the local news stations have taken time out of their schedules to visit with classes around the city. Each visitor reviewed weather terminology and aspects of the forecast. Students were also able to ask questions about the weather as well as working in television. See just a few pictures from these visits below.
The second-graders at Luxford Elementary recently finished up their science unit on weather. In culmination the second grade teachers invited WAVY News 10 meteorologist Tiffany Savona to talk to the students about her job and how she reports the weather. Pictured here from left to right are Digvijay Sing, Brady Wilsbach, Meteorologist Tiffany Savona, Gabrielle Hensley and Jadin Broadnax.
Myles Henderson, meteorologist from WTKR News channel 3, Liver VPIR Forecast Team talks to second-grade students at Parkway Elementary School about the SOLs that relate to the weather. Shown here from left to right are Alisha Possien, Troy Lawrence and Myles Henderson.
Jeff Lawson, meteorologist from WVEC News Channel 13, talked to Parkway Elementary School’s fourth-grade students about the SOLs related to the weather. Shown here from left to right are Nakiyia Cason, Jeff Lawson, Tayla Benson and Alyssa Stevens.
Luxford Elementary fourth-graders recently hosted meteorologist, Myles Henderson from WTKR-TV. He shared with the students various tools he uses in order to create a weather forecast. Students were given the opportunity to share their knowledge on the types of weather associated with pressure systems. Pictured here from left to right are Kyle Holcomb, meteorologist Myles Henderson, Avery Morrison and Iyanna Turner.
Tiffany Savona, WAVY TV-10 meteorologist, visited Rosemont Elementary second- graders to enhance their learning of the weather unit.
When WVEC TV-13 Weatherman Craig Mueller recently visited fourth-grade classes at Bayside Elementary, he invited two teachers to assist him. In the picture, fourth- grade teacher Nisha Jain, Craig Mueller, and fourth- grade teacher Tania Vadala demonstrate the movements of hot and cold air masses.
WAVY TV 10 meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler recently visited second grade classes at Bayside Elementary. He talked about weather forecasting, explained the use of weather instruments, and showed exciting video excerpts from storm chasing. In the picture, second-grader Jeslyn Colon helps him hold up a weather balloon.
WTKR Meteorologist Myles Henderson joined Landstown Middle School’s Channel 21 Crew for the morning announcements and then spoke to all Earth Science students about a career in Meteorology, the Jet Stream, the Polar Vortex and Lake-Effect Snow. Here, from left to right, are eighth-grader Ethan Snyder, Meteorologist Myles Henderson and eighth-grader Jacob Sekerak.
WAVY TV 10 meteorologist Jeff Edmondson came to Kempsville Meadows Elementary School to talk to fourth-graders about weather.
The second-grade students at Seatack Elementary had WAVY meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler visit them. He demonstrated how different weather tools and information about the weather impact our daily lives. Pictured with Wheeler are (left) Yetzen Morales, and Trinity Cline, Austin Davis (front), and Mikayla Johnson and Tiamarie Hughes (far right).
Meteorologist Jeremy from WAVY TV 10 came to visit the second-grade students at Indian Lakes Elementary School. The children have been studying weather and wanted an expert to ask some questions they had. Wheeler showed the students several different weather instructions he uses as such as an anemometer and a weather balloon.
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