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At the chemistry station, students tested and analyzed different liquid samples in order to compare them to each other.

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At the chemistry station, students tested and analyzed different liquid samples in order to compare them to each other.

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Students went to several career panels where they listened to multiple adults talk about their careers and how they have gotten where they are now. In this picture, a civil engineer is showing a kind of map that she works with very frequently.

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