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CHS science students practice measuring

Campbellsville High School science students recently practiced measuring liquids and objects.

 

In Mary Jo Hazel’s integrated science class, students are studying units of measure.

 

In a recent laboratory exercise, students practiced measuring water, took temperatures of various liquids and used yard sticks to measure the width and height of objects such as textbooks and their classroom.

 

From left, CHS freshmen Tyreece Washington, Blake Perkins and Steven James measure liquids.

From left, CHS freshmen Tyreece Washington, Blake Perkins and Steven James measure liquids.

 

CHS sophomore Danielle Shimek measures water.

CHS sophomore Danielle Shimek measures water.

 

CHS freshman Nathan Sowders measures water.

CHS freshman Nathan Sowders measures water.

 

CHS freshman Taylor Whaley records the temperature of boiling water.

CHS freshman Taylor Whaley records the temperature of boiling water.

 

CHS sophomore Cristina Barrera measures water as freshman Jadelyn Caffee and teacher Mary Jo Hazel watch.

CHS sophomore Cristina Barrera measures water as freshman Jadelyn Caffee and teacher Mary Jo Hazel watch.

 

CHS freshman Zoe Quackenbush, at left, and freshman Taylor Whaley record their data.

CHS freshman Zoe Quackenbush, at left, and freshman Taylor Whaley record their data.

 

CHS freshman Kylar Cox, at left, and sophomore Danielle Shimek measure the height of a desk.

CHS freshman Kylar Cox, at left, and sophomore Danielle Shimek measure the height of a desk.





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