Students in multiple Rochester schools have taken on the roles of citizen scientists, thanks to a partnership with the University of New Hampshire’s Cooperative Extension and the Leitzel Center.
Chamberlain Street Elementary School has placed a strong emphasis on kindness, and students have been enthusiastic participants in the initiative.
DURHAM — Moharimet Elementary School students spent some time outdoors at the University of New Hampshire this month, engaging in a variety of activities that coincided with this year’s curriculum theme, Year of Forest.
DURHAM — As Oyster River elementary school students prepare for their productions of “Peter Pan Jr.,” they received a visit from the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People, who spoke about cultural inaccuracies in the play.
EXETER — Principal Margaret Callahan announces that senior biotechnology students at Seacoast School of Technology presented on their summer internships last week, several of whom spent time conducting experiments and research at the University of New Hampshire.
DURHAM — Superintendent Dr. James Morse is pleased to announce that Oyster River Cooperative School District is working with the University of New Hampshire’s horticultural program to provide students with fresh, local vegetables every week.
ROCHESTER— Spaulding High School Principal Justin Roy is pleased to announce that 37 students in the Praxis Society philosophy club facilitated a Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts (HYPE) event last month.