Wandering GOATS Find Their Way in Utah Elementary School

Wandering GOATS Find Their Way in Utah Elementary School

Wandering Goats Find Their Way in a Utah Elementary School
Photo by: Granite School District/Facebook

The Morningside Elementary School in Utah received unusual guests–a pair of wandering goats that might have escaped from their owners. 

No matter how conducive the learning environment in that classroom may be, these animal intruders didn’t go there to learn. They just might be curious about a new territory. 

The animal intruders may have come from a nearby farming property, according to the Granite School District. 

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According to district spokesman Ben Horsley, a woman who lives in the nearby farm owns these “extra kids.”

The wandering goats didn’t cause any havoc or distress in the classroom. But to appease the situation, school officials sent out a word to parents.

Wandering Goats Find Their Way in a Utah Elementary School
Photo by: Granite School District/Facebook

To avoid ruining the schedule and the overall decorum in the classroom, school authorities asked the neighborhood if any one of them knew and owned the wandering goats. 

Luckily, a woman responded and claimed itself to be the rightful owner of these animal intruders. 

Animal control officers quickly responded to the scene and sorted everything out. 

After much effort, these lost goats finally reunited with their owner and found their way home back to the woman who lives on the nearby farm. 

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