Mr. Bosscher’s fifth grade students shared bread and something new on Friday last week. Mr. Bosscher combined November’s chapel theme, “I AM the Bread of Life,” with current classroom science, social studies, and language arts learning units into a unique learning experience, a bread taste test. Students combined their knowledge of seeds and plant reproduction with early civilizations and they discussed how bread is the staff of life throughout the world for mankind. In all, seven types of bread were sampled and descriptive adjectives were highlighted as students described each type’s flavor, texture, and color. French was students most liked bread type. Rye received the least favored title. Its’ flavor was more “tangy, strong, and vinegary” than many cared for.