BLUE RIDGE-OAKLAND: Blue Ridge students to celebrate good behavior with Bradford Farm trip

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 | 6:00 a.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Students at Blue Ridge Elementary School will be rewarded for good behavior with a fall trip to MU's Bradford Research Farm.

The first “Mustang Manners” celebration of the school year will take place at the farm, the school’s Partner in Education, about 11 miles east of MU.

At Bradford Farm, students will go through a corn maze, go on a wagon ride, eat lunch and pick a pumpkin they get to keep, principal Tim Majerus said.

Kindergarten through second grade students will visit the farm on Oct. 6, and third through fifth grade students will have their celebration on Oct. 7.

Students qualify for “Mustang Manners” celebrations by having all of their work completed, no office referrals and three or fewer tardies since the previous celebration — or in this case, from the beginning of the school year, Majerus said.

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