A roaming calf was spotted outside Johnsburg Junior High School Thursday morning, which officials at the school said was one of a few stops it made through town that day.
The cow arrived around 7:15 a.m., which is just a little while before students make their way to the school, Administrative Assistant Krissy Anderson said.
The cow made its way around the campus, going to the tennis courts and looking into the windows, Anderson said. Though not one to stay long, it eventually made its way off the campus, before the students could arrive for school.
“It was absolutely a nice change of pace,” Anderson said.
Anderson said after seeing the animal, she called the Johnsburg Police Department’s non-emergency number and learned a group of cows was reported missing from a nearby farm, she said.
An attempt to reach the Johnsburg police chief was not immediately successful.
Source: The Daily Chronicle