In anticipation of a project for Catholic Schools Week, St. Clare Catholic School teacher Heather Hayden prepares a water filtration experiment as she asks her first-grade students what they expect will happen when she will pour dirty water through the filter. Students on all grade levels will have special projects and lessons about water on one day of the week as they recall their Baptism, learn about the need for clean water throughout the world and explore ways to help people who lack clean water sources.
In anticipation of a project for Catholic Schools Week, St. Clare Catholic School teacher Heather Hayden prepares a water filtration experiment as she asks her first-grade students what they expect will happen when she will pour dirty water through the filter. Students on all grade levels will have special projects and lessons about water on one day of the week as they recall their Baptism, learn about the need for clean water throughout the world and explore ways to help people who lack clean water sources. Provided photo
In anticipation of a project for Catholic Schools Week, St. Clare Catholic School teacher Heather Hayden prepares a water filtration experiment as she asks her first-grade students what they expect will happen when she will pour dirty water through the filter. Students on all grade levels will have special projects and lessons about water on one day of the week as they recall their Baptism, learn about the need for clean water throughout the world and explore ways to help people who lack clean water sources. Provided photo

St. Clare School in O’Fallon to celebrate Catholic Schools Week

January 27, 2017 08:32 AM

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