Seventh Grade Science Students Dissect Frogs
Seventh grade science students dissected frogs on January 30-February 1 to learn about body systems. While dissecting a frog, students could see, touch and explore the various organs in the frog's body. This activity helps students understand how organs work within an animal, which can then be applied to their own bodies.
In Dr. Neugebauer's science classes, seventh grade students are learning about how mass affects the amount of pins we can knock down by bowling with different sized objects.
Eighth grade students have been learning about waves by listening to sound waves and seeing how different amplitudes and frequencies were changing the waves through a Rubens tube.
In MESA, students participated in a team building activity where the floor was lava. Students had so much fun!
Eighth grade Science teacher Ms. Bainsmith and her students explored the Jordan River on canoe after doing observations on foot. Students tried something new and had fun doing it!
Ms. Bainsmith's science classes visited Snowbird to learn about the water source for our watershed. Water takes 3-4 days to make it from the top of the mountains to the Jordan River near our school! We also learned about the geology that shaped the canyon and take in gorgeous fall views with colorful leaf changes