Mountain Middle students discuss saber-tooth cats and tectonic plates

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Mountain Middle students discuss saber-tooth cats and tectonic plates

6th, 7th graders give public presentations on their geologic studies
Some of the 60 Mountain Middle School seventh grade students who worked on a 3D version of the Animas River watershed gather around the project on Thursday night during Geology Night at the school. The watershed model is made up of recycled biking, climbing and electronic gear.
Mountain Middle School sixth grade students from lower left, Jax Novak, 12; Linus Prothero, 11; Avery Kuntz, 11; Lindsi Parson, 11. On top are Derek Caudle, 12, on the left, and Liam March, 11. Students discussed their project “Geologic Timeline” on Thursday night during Geology Night at the school. The project shows the oldest to the youngest geologic formations from 340 million years ago to 56 million years ago.

Mountain Middle students discuss saber-tooth cats and tectonic plates

Some of the 60 Mountain Middle School seventh grade students who worked on a 3D version of the Animas River watershed gather around the project on Thursday night during Geology Night at the school. The watershed model is made up of recycled biking, climbing and electronic gear.
Mountain Middle School sixth grade students from lower left, Jax Novak, 12; Linus Prothero, 11; Avery Kuntz, 11; Lindsi Parson, 11. On top are Derek Caudle, 12, on the left, and Liam March, 11. Students discussed their project “Geologic Timeline” on Thursday night during Geology Night at the school. The project shows the oldest to the youngest geologic formations from 340 million years ago to 56 million years ago.
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