Lamar Middle School Conducting Field Science Experiments


Lamar Middle School will host a Water Week from October 22th through the 26th. A MESO (Mobile Earth Space Observation) Vehicle, equipped with telescopes, will be parked in front of the school during those days.  Scientists will be presenting information during an assembly, during science classes and at the Friday Science Festival.  The Assembly for the entire school will be held at 7:50 am.

Monday through Wednesday the scientists will work with an Augmented Sandbox with the students while the science teachers will test river water for pH and turbidity and working on a water pollution activity. Thursday (25th) all grades will participate in a Water Filtering/Purification Challenge.  On Friday, October 26th, the school will host a Science Festival in the South Parking Lot which runs from 1pm to 6pm and is open to the public.   There will be after school work shops for LMS students and a star party on Tuesday night.

Robin L. Staker
7th Grade Science Educator
Lamar Middle School

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