Eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School in Duryea learn about electricity


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The eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. From left, Zac Sulima, Kenny Francis, and Evan Gedrich prepare their project on multiplication and division.


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The eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. In photo, from left, first row, are pre-school students Reagan Martin, Benjamin Faulent, Annabelle Schillinger, Marco Agolino, Mikaela Lohman, Nora McNamara, Callie Martin. Second row, Amanda Yanul and Lana Baron.


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From left, Sarah Mies and Julia LaClair work together on their Old McDonald’s Farm project where students match animal names to pictures in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned.


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From left, Eric Dixon and Louis Galli create a subtraction fact game board in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned.


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    DURYEA — The eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned, including topics like electricity, currents, and circuits.

    Students worked in groups to create the boards which they shared with other students.

    The eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. From left, Zac Sulima, Kenny Francis, and Evan Gedrich prepare their project on multiplication and division.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_HR-learn-electricity-1.jpgThe eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. From left, Zac Sulima, Kenny Francis, and Evan Gedrich prepare their project on multiplication and division. Submitted photos

    The eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. In photo, from left, first row, are pre-school students Reagan Martin, Benjamin Faulent, Annabelle Schillinger, Marco Agolino, Mikaela Lohman, Nora McNamara, Callie Martin. Second row, Amanda Yanul and Lana Baron.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_HR-learn-electricity-2.jpgThe eighth grade class of Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. In photo, from left, first row, are pre-school students Reagan Martin, Benjamin Faulent, Annabelle Schillinger, Marco Agolino, Mikaela Lohman, Nora McNamara, Callie Martin. Second row, Amanda Yanul and Lana Baron. Submitted photos

    From left, Sarah Mies and Julia LaClair work together on their Old McDonald’s Farm project where students match animal names to pictures in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_HR-learn-electricity-3.jpgFrom left, Sarah Mies and Julia LaClair work together on their Old McDonald’s Farm project where students match animal names to pictures in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. Submitted photos

    From left, Eric Dixon and Louis Galli create a subtraction fact game board in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned.
    http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_HR-learn-electricity-4.jpgFrom left, Eric Dixon and Louis Galli create a subtraction fact game board in which eighth grade students at Holy Rosary School made game boards using the scientific information they recently learned. Submitted photos

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