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CES fourth-graders make solar eclipse masks

Campbellsville Elementary School fourth-graders recently made their own masks to view the solar eclipse.

 

Students were each given a pair of NASA-approved glasses, but, to make them more comfortable to wear, used them to make a mask.

 

Teachers cut out a portion of a paper plate and then taped a pair of glasses to them.

 

The end result was a mask that was easy for students to wear while witnessing the eclipse.

 

Campbellsville elementary, middle and high school students were a part of history on Monday, Aug. 21.

 

Students, administrators and staff members viewed the solar eclipse in the afternoon, from several locations.

 

This year’s total eclipse was the first seen in Kentucky since 1869, and all parts of the Commonwealth saw at least 90 percent of the sun obscured by the moon.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz make his solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz make his solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz make his solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz make his solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz try on his solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Brayden Paiz try on his solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Katie Nunn make her solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Katie Nunn make her solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grader Katie Nunn tries on her solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grader Katie Nunn tries on her solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Ryder Murphy make his solar eclipse mask.

CES fourth-grade teacher Kaye Agathen helps Ryder Murphy make his solar eclipse mask.

 

CES fourth-grader Ryder Murphy tries on his solar eclipse mask, as teacher Kaye Agathen watches.

CES fourth-grader Ryder Murphy tries on his solar eclipse mask, as teacher Kaye Agathen watches.

 

CES fourth-grader Nora Harris tries on her solar eclipse mask, as teacher Kaye Agathen watches.

CES fourth-grader Nora Harris tries on her solar eclipse mask, as teacher Kaye Agathen watches.





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