Harry Collins, a middle school science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia, instructed his class at the school’s outdoor wetlands lab. “We feel like we’re able to offer students these very important experiences,” Collins said.
Harry Collins, a middle school science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia, instructed his class at the school’s outdoor wetlands lab. “We feel like we’re able to offer students these very important experiences,” Collins said. Herald-Leader
Harry Collins, a middle school science teacher at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia, instructed his class at the school’s outdoor wetlands lab. “We feel like we’re able to offer students these very important experiences,” Collins said. Herald-Leader

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