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St. Mary’s students explore Florida sea life

A group of 18 seventh- and eighth-graders from St. Mary’s School in Sycamore participated in a four-day science trip to the Tampa Bay region of Florida. The group learned about natural habitats and sea life in Florida by engaging in activities such as a shark and squid dissection, kayaking in the mangroves, dip-catching a variety of ocean species, swimming and encountering several manatees in the Crystal River, and snorkeling over a mile in the Rainbow River. The students were accompanied by their science teacher, Anita Turner, and several parent chaperones.
A group of 18 seventh- and eighth-graders from St. Mary’s School in Sycamore participated in a four-day science trip to the Tampa Bay region of Florida. The group learned about natural habitats and sea life in Florida by engaging in activities such as a shark and squid dissection, kayaking in the mangroves, dip-catching a variety of ocean species, swimming and encountering several manatees in the Crystal River, and snorkeling over a mile in the Rainbow River. The students were accompanied by their science teacher, Anita Turner, and several parent chaperones.

A group of 18 seventh- and eighth-graders from St. Mary’s School in Sycamore participated in a four-day science trip to the Tampa Bay region of Florida. The group learned about natural habitats and sea life in Florida by engaging in activities such as a shark and squid dissection, kayaking in the mangroves, dip-catching a variety of ocean species, swimming and encountering several manatees in the Crystal River, and snorkeling over a mile in the Rainbow River. The students were accompanied by their science teacher, Anita Turner, and several parent chaperones.

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