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Students study endangered animals



Published: Fri, April 11, 2014 @ 12:00 a.m.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Austintowm Middle School fifth-grader Makayla Stilson presented her endangered animals project on cave salamander for Alicia Burnfield's science class.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Austintown Middle School fifth-grader Alivia Rovder presented her endangered animal project on the snow shoe hare for Alicia Burnfield's science class.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Austintown Middle Scool fifth-grader Joe Bartholomew presented his endangered animal project on sturgeon fish for Alicia Burnfield's science class.

Austintown Middle School’s fifth-grade science teacher Alicia Burnfield worked with her students to teach them about endangered animals and how they affect the world.

Each student was instructed to choose an endangered animal to research, find ways to help it and create a project presentation.

When the students presented their projects, some dressed up like the animals they represented. The students that dressed up got to present their projects to the third-graders as well as to the class.


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