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4-H National Youth Science Day celebrated on the reservation


Elementary students experience the effects of static electricity (Connor Katich, front lower left of photo) - submitted photo

The first week in October is National 4-H week. This week marks that beginning of the new 4-H year. The first Wednesday in October is set aside to showcase STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and help spark kids' interests in through hands-on science experiments.

Keller elementary students, grades K – 6, participated in the fun science experiment "Incredible Wearables." This project provided opportunities for the youth to learn about static electricity, as well as current electricity, while making wearable items that light up with battery power.

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