Junior High Students Create Cell Models
Pictured left to right: Graisen Gumaer, Franklin Petrizzo, Nicholas Zaccone, Gianna DeAntonio, Miss Masco, Alivia Karosus

Junior High Students Create Cell Models


Students in Miss Masco’s General Science 7 class have been learning about plant and animal cells. Students used what they had learned about cells and their parts to create models. Room 116 was transformed into a “Cell Gallery” where students critiqued each cell asking the artists questions as they browsed the exhibit.


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