Weisenborn students observe eclipse


Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​

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Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/08/web1_WEclipse1.jpgSeventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​ Photo contributed by Kris Yearsley

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/08/web1_WEclipse2.jpgSeventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​ Photo contributed by Kris Yearsley

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/08/web1_WEclipse3.jpgSeventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​ Photo contributed by Kris Yearsley

Seventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​
http://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2017/08/web1_WEclipse4.jpgSeventh grade students at Weisenborn Junior High School were given the opportunity to view the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. The Ohio seventh grade science curriculum contains the cycles and patterns of Earth and the Moon, and the seventh grade students engaged in a deep study of the solar eclipse. ​More than 400 seventh and eighth grade students chose to participate in an after school pizza party and live stream viewing solar eclipse event. ​ Photo contributed by Kris Yearsley