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NJHS Science Club visits SAU in Magnolia

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The Nashville Junior High Science Club took a trip to Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia on Friday. They spent time exploring animal science, biology, physics, and chemistry with professors at the university. Pictured are: Seventh graders Diego Barragan, Macos Barragan, Gilberto Bustos, Brantley Cupples, Jonathan Fike, Isaiah Martin, Jacob Martin, Matthew McGilberry, Olman Pineda, Kolton Quinonez, Jonathan Slaton, Isabella Smith, Derrin Thomas, Trinity Tipton, Junior Vasquez, Tiffany Ward, Victoria Whisenhunt, Eighth graders Neelia Bustos, Gabriel Hanson, Maegan Loomis, Kendra Miller, Ariel Motta, Ashlyn Newton, Kimberly Perez, Anastasia Quinney, Meshach Rodriquez, Jonathan Rouch, Dakota Smith, Corbin Tripp, Paycie Welch, Blane Woods, Cameron Reese, and Ninth graders Bailey Dewalt, Brooklyn Dinkins, Katilynn Hanney, Isabelle Martin, Alisha Perez, Jalyn Pinson, Landan Stuard, Adriannea Tait, Garrett Talley, Criss Villatoro, Braden Williams, Dr. Scott R. White, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Chemistry and Director SAU STEM Center for K-12 Education, and science teachers/club advisors Brenda Galliher and Carol Hendrix.
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