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School Notes: Newman Catholic Schools

10:55 PM, Nov. 28, 2012  |  Comments
Newman Catholic Elementary School at St. Mark fifth-grade students show off the prototypes for their flashlights. Some of the unique features of the flashlights included scented flashlights and color/shape changes in the lenses. A few of the fun designs were 'Flash: the Fantasy Bug,' 'Starship' flashlight, 'Sparky the Dog-O-Light' and the 'Buzzing Bumble-Bee' flashlight.
Newman Catholic Elementary School at St. Mark fifth-grade students show off the prototypes for their flashlights. Some of the unique features of the flashlights included scented flashlights and color/shape changes in the lenses. A few of the fun designs were 'Flash: the Fantasy Bug,' 'Starship' flashlight, 'Sparky the Dog-O-Light' and the 'Buzzing Bumble-Bee' flashlight.
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NCES: St. Mark Elementary

NCES: St. Mark Elementary

The fifth-grade class at Newman Catholic Elementary School at St. Mark Parish completed a study of current electricity in science class. The final project was to design, build and advertise a flashlight made in class.

The construction process provided many challenges for the students as they put together wiring with homemade switches and their imaginations. The advertising was so realistic that several younger students in the building wanted to purchase the flashlights.

Picture and article by Mary Wagner, NCES: St. Mark fifth-grade teacher

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