Class of 2020 students head to nation’s capital
Three students from TODAY’s Class of 2020 travel without their parents for the first time, taking a spring break trip to Washington, D.C., thanks to a program called People to People, launched by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to promote peace.
Class of 2020: Stiff competition at Science Olympiad
Two Class of 2020 students, Zach and Eileen, prepare to compete in their very first Science Olympiad, taking scientific concepts and experiments out of the textbooks and into the real world. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.
Class of 2020 members campaign for school president
As their parents get ready to vote in the general election, two of the kids TODAY has been following since kindergarten, now in fifth grade, have been running their own campaigns for student council president, learning just how tough politics can be at any level. NBC’s Natalie Morales reports.
Class of 2020 students prepare for big move
Classmates Lauren and Jordan, whom TODAY has been following since their first day of kindergarten, will be starting new chapters in their lives as they enter fifth grade, both moving hundreds of miles with their families before the start of the new school year. NBC’s Natalie Morales reports.
Class of 2020 math whizzes help each other learn
Fourth-graders Zach and Kanan, who have both shown aptitude for math, are finding that their different approaches to numbers make them the perfect team to tackle geometry problems at an early age. NBC’s Natalie Morales reports.
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