RAHWAY — This month, Rahway’s fifth grade gifted and talented students boldly went off where man has gone before–the moon. Well, a simulated version at the Buehler Challenger & Science Center located in Paramus.
The center offers a program called “Return to the Moon.” The Rahway students have been learning about space exploration and teamwork. The goal of their mission was to find a site that could serve as a permanent landing spot for the future.
Pictured are Roosevelt School students Julian Navarro, Kyle Sanders, Anthony Muschiatti, Amaya Morisseau, Brandon Alicea, teacher Susan Rubino, Will Sanders, Jazon Andes, Cristian Huertas, and Samantha Nievas. (Photo credit: Rahway Public Schools)
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