Sara Swanson

Math and Science Night THIS Friday

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A huge tortoise was a guest animal at Math ad Science Night two years ago.

A huge tortoise was also a guest animal at Math and Science Night two years ago.

This Friday, April 22, on Earth Day, Klager Elementary School will be holding their annual Math and Science Night from 6 to 8 pm. As in past years, students, families, and members of the community are invited into the building to come explore and experiment with some hands on science. But adding to the fun this year will be Klager’s first Science Fair happening in the cafeteria alongside a display of Passion Projects, and in the library, the PTO will be holding a scholastic book fair with all sorts of children’s books for sale. It is FREE to attend.

Headlining this year is the Critter Guy who is bringing live animals including a boa constrictor, a skink, doves, a large turtle and more! In honor of Earth Day, the Community Garden Committee will be sending home a white pine seedling with every family. The Middle School 5th grade science class will be racing CO2 powered dragsters in the gym. The Manchester High School’s new robotics team will demonstrate their robot. There will also be a rocket launch, Lego models, therapy dogs, artificial joints. seed experiments, a Zumba class you can participate and more! Co-sponsored by the Klager PTO and the Manchester Wellness Coalition, Math and Science Night will be a fun evening for the whole family.

The Critter guy visited with 80 of Manchester's preschoolers this winter at the library. He will be bringing doves as well as many more animals to Math and Science Night on Friday.

The Critter guy visited with 80 of Manchester’s preschoolers this winter at the library. He will be bringing doves as well as many more animals to Math and Science Night on Friday.

Manchester High Schools rookie FIRST Robotics team the “Digital Dislocators” will be making an appearance at Math and Science Night on Friday.

Manchester High Schools rookie FIRST Robotics team the “Digital Dislocators” will be making an appearance at Math and Science Night on Friday.

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