CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER TO VISIT DCC
Carnegie Science Day at DuBois Central Catholic will take place on Friday, October 14, starting at 9:30 a.m. with a presentation in the auditorium for all elementary students and their teachers. This year’s topic is Wild Nature by Design.
Following the hour-long assembly, the day will offer a series of learning stations so that groups of students, accompanied by their teachers, can visit in a rotating schedule. Over the course of the day, all elementary students will have the opportunity to participate in the variety of hands-on activities planned for each station.
According to Donna Chollock, Chair of the Science Department and event organizer, the learning stations will occupy the elementary foyer and include Events Hall, the connecting passageway between the elementary and secondary sides of the school building.
Chollock explains, “Manning each of the learning stations will be volunteer high school science students, who will be trained by the Carnegie Science Center staff early in the morning upon their arrival.” She adds, “This day-long science event demonstrates DCC’s commitment to maintaining the excitement of science throughout our curriculum.”