R.J. Vial students focus on local ecosystems

From staff and wire reports
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Ayden Gaubert and Imani Coleman have spotted the perfect snack for their anole.
Ayden Gaubert and Imani Coleman have spotted the perfect snack for their anole.
Fourth grade students at R. J. Vial Elementary are studying ecosystems. Students in Sharon Bonnaffons’ class set up terrariums in order to observe how living things interact in their habitat.

Students in Sharon Bonnaffons’ class set up terrariums in order to observe how living things interact in their habitat.




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