Sixth Grade Science Workshop 2018
OPS Sixth Graders: Owl Pellet Dissection
Overview: Liberty Science Center's traveling science program will be visiting OPS for an after-school workshop to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the science found through dissection.
Owls are very interesting birds because of their unique adaptations and characteristics. In addition to their adaptations for catching and eating prey, owls differ from other birds in the way they digest their food. They regurgitate compact pellets which can later be dissected. By dissecting an owl pellet, we can learn about the kinds of animals preyed upon by owls.
We are in need of volunteers to help escort children from their classrooms, monitor children during the session and help with dismissal. Please let us know if you are free to volunteer!
Thursday January 18th, 2018 from 3:00PM to 4:15 PM
MPR D - Children will be dismissed promptly at 4:15pm from MPR D
On the day of the science workshop, please send your child to school with a drink and a nut-free snack.
Science Fun Committee Chairs
Surabhi Bansal, Minaxi Jhawer and Sandra Murray with any questions!
Student's Homeroom Teacher:
Albrecht - 6
Castillo - 6
Duthie - 6
McGill - 6
Cell Phone Number:
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**Children attending Aftercare will be escorted there at the workshop's end.
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