RSF students learn about watersheds

The mobile Splash Lab, a hands-on program in which all students are scientists for a day, visited the R. Roger Rowe campus Nov. 6. Fourth grade classes learned about watersheds, water pollution and conservation. Above, Hayden Hollen, Jonette Pearson and Jayden Gillespie learned the water used in homes is transported to the wastewater treatment plant, not discharged into storm drains which lead to the ocean.

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