Clark Sixth Graders Share Information About Storms

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CLARK — Students in Danielle DeFalco’s sixth grade earth science classes at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark created their own public service announcement storm pamphlets last week.

The classes have been learning about different types of storms and how they develop and affect society. Students learned about the formation and effects of blizzards, ice storms, hurricanes, and lake-effect storms. After conducting their research, students created a PSA pamphlet to inform the public of the scientific explanation of how such storms form, what to expect, and safety tips.

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Pictured above, R.J. Talirico, Joey Kaulfers, John Cucculo, and Patrick Brennan show off their storm pamphlets (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

 


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