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CLARK – Physical education classes at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark have been playing three vs. three soccer games, while biology students are using computer simulations to learn about atomic structure.


Students in Mr. Bain’s third period physical education class at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark have been competing in three vs. three soccer games throughout the week. Each team played multiple games to determine their seed for the tournament with Team Bag taking the number one seed as well as winning the tournament. Team Bag consisted of Lauren Beck, Josh Geller and Devan Andre.


The students in Mrs. Skirde’s biology class at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark are learning about atomic structure using a simulation activity. By building atoms using the simulator students are learned about subatomic particles, radioactive isotopes and ion formation. The hands-on activity helps students to learn using a hands on approach to abstract concepts. In the photograph above, Arthur L. Johnson biology students Rebecca Egner and Kyan Manuel work in the computer lab on an atom simulation program. (Photos courtesy of Clark Public Schools)



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