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Headwaters Science Center instructor James Owens helps sixth-grade students, from left, Travis Slettvedt, Kylie St. Peter and Jenna Thompson with a chemistry experiment during a gifted and talented program class hosted by the center for a series of science programs involving chemistry, biology and astronomy and environment sciences on Wednesday morning. The series is offered for 54 students in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades throughout the school year to create challenging experiences and encourage ...

Students perform chemistry experiment

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Headwaters Science Center instructor James Owens helps sixth-grade students, from left, Travis Slettvedt, Kylie St. Peter and Jenna Thompson with a chemistry experiment during a gifted and talented program class hosted by the center for a series of science programs involving chemistry, biology and astronomy and environment sciences on Wednesday morning. The series is offered for 54 students in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades throughout the school year to create challenging experiences and encourage them to consider a career in science. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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