HMS Wetland Watchers Mimosa Science Night

From staff and wire reports
January 19, 2013 at 5:29 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Harry Hurst 8th grader Chancey Cothren teaches Mimosa Park students how to throw a cast net.
Harry Hurst 8th grader Chancey Cothren teaches Mimosa Park students how to throw a cast net.
As part of the Harry Hurst Wetland Watchers service-learning project twenty-five sixth, seventh and eighth grade students facilitated games, activities and animal presentations at Mimosa park Elementary’s Science Night.

Harry Hurst students speak to an average of 80,000 people across southeastern Louisiana through outreach events such as this one each school year.

Hallway view of crowd and activities.
       



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