Family Science Night at Sage Canyon School

Grace Selecky’s project “Which Paper Towel is Most Absorbent”

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Sage Canyon School recently presented its eighth annual Family Science Fair in the school’s MUR. The event is an opportunity for the students of Sage Canyon and their families to present what they have accomplished together.

Two Open House-style Family Science Nights were held on Jan. 15 and Jan. 17. Photos/Jon Clark

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