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Idea Charter School students to showcase projects

9:44 PM, Jan. 9, 2013
Ninth-grader Grace Tosch talks Jan. 7 with student-teacher Scott Strand about her work for Projectpalooza at the Idea Charter School in Weston. Projectpalooza will take place at the school Jan. 24.
Ninth-grader Grace Tosch talks Jan. 7 with student-teacher Scott Strand about her work for Projectpalooza at the Idea Charter School in Weston. Projectpalooza will take place at the school Jan. 24.
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Last year, Grace Tosch studied the science behind cotton candy. This year, the 15-year-old is researching evolution and the Bible for her school's thirdProjectpalooza.

At Projectpalooza on Jan. 24, Grace and her classmates at Idea Charter School will showcase to parents and community members a project of their choice that they have worked on during the year.

"It's cool to talk to other students' parents and show them what I've been working on every day," Grace said. "I feel smart when I can have an educated conversation with adults about things that interest me." ...

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