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ACMS 7th grade science class learns about ecosystems

2013-09-10 - ACMS, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo.
Learning about ecosystems
- While studying a unit over Ecosystems, Chris Reeder a 7th grade science teacher at Adair County Middle School, enlisted the help of Chris Mason. Mr. Mason is a Private Lands Biologist who works for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. He had the students engaged with a PowerPoint and tons of real items he uses and has collected over the years including a bear skin. Students pictured from left working clockwise, are James Clark, Corey Scott, Matthew Irvin, Cameron Grant, Dustin McGuffin, Chris Burton, Jailyn Janes, and Sydnie Slaven. - Shamarie Claiborne Adair County School District Media Publicity Coordinator

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