Endangered Species

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Endangered Species

Lucas Shepard, Kody Bethsold, and Carson Bohning holds up paper mache whale made in Mr. Butler's Environmental Science class, Mar. 7.

Lucas Shepard, Kody Bethsold, and Carson Bohning holds up paper mache whale made in Mr. Butler's Environmental Science class, Mar. 7.

Jalen Martin

Lucas Shepard, Kody Bethsold, and Carson Bohning holds up paper mache whale made in Mr. Butler's Environmental Science class, Mar. 7.

Jalen Martin

Jalen Martin

Lucas Shepard, Kody Bethsold, and Carson Bohning holds up paper mache whale made in Mr. Butler's Environmental Science class, Mar. 7.

Mia Koberg, Editor

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Students from Mr. Butler’s Environmental Science class did research on different types of endangered animals.

In groups, they created posters with information about the animal and paper mâché models of the animals themselves.

Their projects were on display in the sky hallway for about two weeks so that the school could admire their hard work, as well as read about these endangered animals and how to help them.

 

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