[PHOTO] Clark 7th Graders Study Cells

CLARK — In recent weeks, the students in Miss Franko’s seventh grade life science class at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark have been learning about smallest unit of life, cells. They have learned about what led to the discovery of the cell, the importance of cells and the different cell parts. To get their creative juices flowing the students were given a choice of three projects to demonstrate their understanding of the cell and it’s parts. They could create a three dimensional model of the cell, make a collage comparing the cell and its parts to different things with similar functions, or look at a school as a representation of a cell and pick out specific areas that are comparable to specific parts.¬†Pictured above, you can see Nicole Cassano, Kayla Knorowski, and Amanda Nunes proudly showing off their projects. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

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