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ES class visits St. Stans.for final project

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Science can be fun, especially if shared between high school and grade school students.

On Monday, May 21, students in Ms. Halvorson’s Environmental Science class went to St. Stans elementary school to give presentations of the final project.

Cotter students presented about environmental problems like climate change and recycling to  groups of students in 3th-5th grades.

The kids were really excited, and they actively participated in the game that showed them how recycling works. Cotter students were also excited to present, play games, or read a story about the environment.

 

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