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On Wednesday, the 7th graders studied different types of government systems and, at the end of the lesson, they played charades to get the rest of the class to guess which system they were acting out.  It was harder than they thought it would be but they had a lot of fun.  It was especially hard to not laugh when you're supposed to be silent in charades!  A few teams chose to "strike a pose" instead of charades, which was also entertaining.

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Automation & robotics students are testing their designs.

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Automation & Robotic students are demonstrating the design process by testing their demo balloon robot in the demo competition.

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Students in Miss Rohrer's FACS classes enjoyed mixing, baking, anticipating, then eating cookies! Now they can bake cookies at home!

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7th grade social studies students combined their research skills with studying economics to look at different countries to discover their economic systems, development status, membership in international organizations, and major exports.  They used CIA World Factbook, Britannica, and their textbook.
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