The junior class of St. Paul High school took a college visit to Bowling Green State University. They took a shortened tour of the campus. They got to see the business classrooms, the library, and an example of a freshman dorm. The Class of 2015 learned a lot about the campus. We learned that their business administration has been very successful in the past. The campus is complex and nice. BGSU is a Division 1 college. They have very well taught business and construction management courses. It was a successful day and a good learning experience for the Junior class of St. Paul High School.
The freshman class recently took a field trip for biology class. The biology classes went to the Easler Farm and the Land Lab. At the Easler Farm, the students were divided into seven groups of seven and had twelve adult chaperones guiding them through their adventure. Between all of the groups, they caught approximately sixty fish, twenty-five frogs, and six snakes. Later, they went on a forest walk and were told to pick up twenty microscopic organisms. The next stop was the Land Lab, where they looked at structural identifications and certain species of organisms. The students were excited and eager to learn more about nature and enjoyed the field trip thoroughly.
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