Science 20 and Biology 20 students from Archbishop O'Leary High School became real scientists for one day. They were able to test the water quality of the North Saskatchewan River by studying indicators such us turbidity, nitrogen, phosphorus, and pH.
Over one hundred students from Grades 10, 11 and 12 participated in Winter Day Walk. The students spent their entire PhysEd class walking in their community area with their teacher Ms Mullen.
What a better way to explore the river shores than to explore it while biking. Grade 10 students were in for a healthy ride when Mr Michaud took them to see the river shores.
How to start a fire without damaging nature; that is what grade 10 students learned in their APA Wildlife and Nature course. Mr Michaud explained to his students how to seek for good wood and for the best place to build a firepit if they were lost in the woods.
Mr Michaud's grade 10 students looked like real scientists while looking what owls had for dinner. Students used owls pellets to rebuild little mammals and little birds skeletons, in order to find what owls are eating near Regina.