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Through the Headwaters Science Centers Gifted Program, Bemidji Middle School students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades experienced a day of chemistry experiments. Bemidji State University adjunct professor of chemistry Carol Seibold worked with the staff and students to develop a curriculum. Sixth graders Alexis Konecne, left, and Abby Hanson conduct a series of density tests Friday afternoon to determine which colored liquid is the heaviest. Pioneer Photo/ Monte Draper

Middle School students learn about chemistry at Headwaters Science Center

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Middle School students learn about chemistry at Headwaters Science Center
Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

Through the Headwaters Science Centers Gifted Program, Bemidji Middle School students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades experienced a day of chemistry experiments. Bemidji State University adjunct professor of chemistry Carol Seibold worked with the staff and students to develop a curriculum. Sixth graders Alexis Konecne, left, and Abby Hanson conduct a series of density tests Friday afternoon to determine which colored liquid is the heaviest. Pioneer Photo/ Monte Draper

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