Josh Baynes Speaks at Franklin

KCRG-TV9 First Alert Meteorologist Josh Baynes visited Franklin Middle School in Cedar Rapids Wednesday, April 23 to talk about severe weather. The 8th graders were in attendance and were a pleasure to talk to. Josh felt like a professor in their spacious auditorium!

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Alyson M. says ... on Wednesday, Apr 23 at 6:51 PM

AHHH IM IN THE FRONT ROW! in between the girl with a white shirt on and green on it.[Rebecca K] And then the girl on my left has a grayish jacket on. [Terajade G] I am the girl with the almost all white shirt on , dark brown hair, big grin?

jacob B. says ... on Thursday, Apr 24 at 3:58 PM

Having a speaker was a great way to help learn about subjects we are studying in school.

Jacob Renfer says ... on Thursday, Apr 24 at 5:23 PM

It was great to have a speaker come. We have been learning about wether so seeing a profecional was Great like me

christianna b says ... on Friday, Apr 25 at 11:14 AM

very interesting and i learned a lot. im in the 4th row, with a purple shirt on sitting next to lakosha.

Arms of steel says ... on Tuesday, May 6 at 10:10 AM

I am woundering how did Josh Baynes get out of the box?

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