Arnco-Sargent School students experiment during Science Night

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Fifth-grade teacher Nikki Walker discusses science with Carter Salierno and Taylor Bishop.

From Staff Reports
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Arnco-Sargent Elementary School, in conjunction with Shenandoah GYSTC (Georgia Youth Science and Technology Center), recently held Science Night.
Students and their families were invited to the school for a spaghetti supper in the cafeteria prior to the planned science activities. After the meal, everyone headed to the school gymnasium for a night of fun and adventure through science.
Parents, siblings, students and other family members worked together to complete age-appropriate science experiments that were educational, fun and exciting for all, according to Assistant Principal Janice Smith.

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