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The Black Hawks of Los Alamos Middle School took a trip to the Valles Caldera in December with a second visit slated for this month. Teacher Stephanie Kratntz, along with eight parent volunteers and four LAMS staff members, wanted students to be inspired and gain a better understanding of the natural world through observations and inquiry science, as they survey and monitor wildlife.The trip was made possible by a grant from the LANL Foundation and PEEC and
Katie Watson. Sixty-nine students were provided with an opportunity to work cross-curricular in their core and elective studies. Stacy Urich, the education coordinator for the Science and Education Center of the Valles Caldera National Preserve, provided additional programs.
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