Whiz Kids: Primrose Weather Kids

This week, Kennesaw Patch would like to recognize some inquisitive minds from Primrose School of Kennesaw North.

In recognition of National Safety Awareness Week in June, summer camp children from learned about the do's and don'ts of storm safety. To show off how smart they are, they invited The Weather Channel meteorologist, Jen Carfagno, to their school.

The Weather Channel filmed the children during interviews with Carfagno in which she asked the children some storm safety related questions. Carfagno then incorporated the Primrose children into segments of her 4-hour national weather channel programming on Saturday morning.

The kids were excited to see themselves on television as budding local celebrities. Perhaps one of these children is a future meteorologist.

In preparation for Carfagno’s visit, the children studied about weather safety awareness and related issues. Join our Kennesaw Patch community in recognizing these kids and their accomplishments.

To learn more about weather safety along with the Primrose children, test your own Whiz Kid knowledge of weather safety by visiting http://www.mos.org/sln/toe/safety.html.


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Shelly Browne July 18, 2011 at 01:36 PM
Teens from Cobb vineyard Church in Kennesaw just returned from a week-long trip to Haiti where they held VBS for children from an orphanage near Port au Prince. The kids experienced someone just loving them, letting them touch and braid the teen's hair, and be held in their arms, riding on their shoulders and playing games. I'm shelly browne, allstarchemdry@gmail.com, and the pastor of our church went with 3 of his teens and could tell you more and provide pictures. Most of the kids worked and raised funds to go on the trip themselves.


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