Solana Vista Elementary holds Science Discovery Day

Jason perfects his paper airplane design.

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Solana Vista Elementary School held a Science Discovery Day on Jan. 14. Mad Scientists Dr. Don and Jurassic Jasmine gave presentations and students crafted paper airplanes and experimented with slime.  (Photos/Jon Clark)

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