We had six groups with students from all four grades and the assignment was ‘Water”. Our students jumped right into it – Academe students are able to do that – and came up with the most interesting and multi-faceted projects and research results. The projects ranged from water conservation, water contamination through plastic and bacteria, water mythology, bringing water to the homeless in Atlanta and Decatur, and cleaning a creek. The group who cleaned the creek created an art sculpture with the trash they found. The sculpture symbolized a jelly fish. The projects were presented on Friday and truly everyone listening learned something new. The camaraderie and the support of each other during the presentations demonstrated the best of our Academe students.
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