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Seventh Grade Scientific Findings Shared at PIE Night

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On Nov. 10, St. Luke’s seventh grade students’ findings were on display (literally) at the annual PIE (Prove It Expo) Night, a capstone presentation of a monthlong scientific exploration. Students chose their own topics to research, which ranged from Magnet Mayhem, to Electrolyte Elevation, to Pencil Pressure.
Through this project, students built upon the knowledge they gained in sixth grade to support their understanding of the scientific inquiry process, from brainstorming to topic selection. They then explored and collected data related to their scientific questions. 
During the expo, the Forese Family Fireplace Commons was filled with excitement as St. Luke’s students explained the PIE project results to families, faculty, and staff.
Many thanks to Seventh Grade Science Teacher Rachel Lang, who spearheaded this project in collaboration with other faculty and staff.

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