CLARK — Sixth grade science classes at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark have been learning about the atmosphere and air pollution, while juniors at Arthur L. Johnson High School have been researching elements.
Students in Danielle DeFalco’s 6th grade Earth Science classes at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark conducted a laboratory experiment on pollution this past week. The classes spent the last two weeks learning about the atmosphere and how pollution greatly impacts the quality of the air. Students worked with their lab partners to make particulate collectors that were placed in two locations. Pictured above, Daniela Thompson, Jordyn Walsh, Brooke Gallo, Amanda Kefalas, and Connor Hayden show off their particulate collectors.
Students in Jenette Morse’s general science class at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark recently spent time in the school library researching chemical elements. Each student was assigned an element with the end goal of creating an advertisement promoting the useful and interesting properties of the element. Students also needed to research the cost of each element and were surprised to discover their variations. In the picture above, juniors James Evelina and Alexis Meyers conduct research on their elements.
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