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Students, Faculty Take Part in Elementary ‘Math and Science Night’

Early childhood students Natashya Sassano and Misty Aikey assist children with magnet races Christy Passaretti, another early childhood education major, asks a child to guess how many cookies will fit on a tray Tim E. Weston, assistant professor of plastics technology, draws an interested crowd as he demonstrates plastic moldingThe Early Educators presented activities at Cochran Elementary School’s “Math and Science Night” on Thursday night, joined by students and faculty from the electronics and plastics programs in the School of Industrial and Engineering Technologies.
Photos by Barbara J. Albert, program specialist, early childhood education

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