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71st Students Actively Engaged in Science
Published by Betty Houghtaling on November 1, 2018
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Students seemed to have lost a strong passion for Science. It isn’t the easiest subject to teach and even to learn. Learning science has to be interactive, fun, and able to grasp the minds and attention of students.Fortunately, the NC BioNetwork Labs from Raleigh, NC associated with NC State University offered our students the opportunity to experience that interactive learning. They joined Ms. C. Harris and Ms.  M. Ball’s science classes to share some exciting experiences in the classroom. Seventy-First is the first and only school in Fayetteville, NC they have been to. This is their second visit to SFHS. They enjoyed our students last year so much, they were so ecstatic to come again!
Submitted by: Mrs. C. Harris, Science Teacher

This event nurtured the workforce of tomorrow through fun, relevant, and memorable experiences that foster each student an interest in STEM Careers. They provided all the supplies, equipment, and handouts for  classroom session with no cost to the school. Some students will never have the opportunity to run DNA test with a PCR Machine and Gel-Electrophoresis, but they did. This opportunity also allowed students to solve Crime Scenes and even Paternity test just like Maury, “You ARE the Father!” The experiences are priceless!
        
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