Parker-Bennett-Curry fifth grade students participated in a mock archaeological dig on Wednesday, October 22. Months ago, in preparation for the lesson, PBC teacher Angela McIntyre and Dr. Andrew McMichael of WKU buried several colonial-era “artifacts” including buttons, bones, pottery, etc. on the school grounds. The students discussed Colonial Jamestown and artifacts that might be found there. Then, following basic scientific principles of archaeology, students re-discovered the items that were buried at the school. Click here to view photo gallery.