Science Fairs, Police Dogs, and Butterflies ... Oh My!

NORWICH – At Holy Family School, learning is synonymous with fun! As the year comes to a close, we help students focus on learning about the world around them, their peers, and the community. Holy Family School recently sponsored several events to help engage the students in unique ways.



In the science room, a butterfly tent was erected for a school wide metamorphosis project. Here students of all ages were able grow and watch five different species of butterfly emerge from chrysalis stage. Students were able to enter the tent if they chose to get up close and personal with these butterflies.

Sixth graders learned about the animal kingdoms, anatomy, and adaptations through a dissection unit where they were able to dissect creatures such as sharks, frogs, and birds.


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