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Students study endangered species

5:55 PM, May 14, 2013
Natalie Weyers, a sixth-grader at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic School, takes part in a recent field trip to the Milwaukee Zoo to study endangered species.
Natalie Weyers, a sixth-grader at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic School, takes part in a recent field trip to the Milwaukee Zoo to study endangered species.
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St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic School is working hard to help our students fully embrace the joy of learning.

The sixth-grade students have recently completed a unit of study on endangered species. While the seventh- and eighth-grade students traveled to Washington D.C., the sixth-graders were immersed in learning and researching the plights of endangered species. The students presented posters on assigned terms and taught the class about the different classifications and programs surrounding endangered species. Students selected an endangered species to research and study. ...

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