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By Deb Stenberg
For the Sentinel 

Lyle Community Schools Spark a Renewed Source of Pride in the Community


Remember Halloween in school when you were a youngster? The costumes. The candy. The hilarity!

One thing you probably won’t remember is what you learned that day.

Students in Lyle Community Schools are already looking back on this Halloween’s excitement fondly, but less for the costumes and candy, and more for the learning. In Marlene Perez’ second-grade class, parents were invited to join the students as they carved pumpkins and practiced their math skills, like measuring circumference, during the process.

Meanwhile, in Donna Sholtis’ secondary science classes, students created “slime” from wood glue and borax, and conducted experiments with dry ice to observe matter changing...

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