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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Science Extravaganza at C. L. Salter

C. L. Salter hosted a "Science Extravaganza" Tuesday at Salter was a huge success. Students, parents, and teachers participated in many activities designed to enhance our understanding of science in our world. The students were able to make a choice of two activities that most interested them. Those who chose "Birds of Prey saw beautiful raptors such as the owl, falcon, and hawk.






The "Snake Lady" shared her slithering friends with a large crowd. She brought both poisonous and non-poisonous snakes with her. The McWane Center brought "Stardome," which allowed the students to observe constellations in the cafeteria. They also brought "Razzle Dazzle Chemistry," a demonstration of chemical changes. "Gak" was a large hit with students and adults alike. Those who chose this activity were able to make their Gak from scratch. We all look forward to next year's Science Extravaganza!

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Thanks to Karen Clark for all her hard work and planning.

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1 Comments:

At 12:24 PM, Blogger SES Faculty said...

Mrs. Clark does a wonderful job for the students of Salter Elementary. It is great to see your ideas come together to benefit students. Great Job!

 

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