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School district and university partner to promote sciences

8:12 PM, Feb. 22, 2013
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Building bugs, making silly putty and doing crime scene fingerprinting were just a few of the activities middle school students and their families experimented with at Family STEM Night at Merrill Middle School.

Participants were encouraged to attend stations throughout the school, each with a different STEM-related activity, that were led by University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh students, WAVE Robotics and the Oshkosh North High School physics club.

Tech Ed students from Merrill Middle School had an opportunity to present to their peers as well. ...

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