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Science Students Investigate Cell Reproduction

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Students in Mrs. Dicpinigaitis’ seventh grade science class at Great Hollow Middle School are investigating the reproduction rate of yeast cells at different temperatures. They were tasked with creating a double line graph to show the growth of yeast cells over time in two contrasting environments. Students are using this lab to reinforce their knowledge of the difference between asexual and sexual reproduction.

Glass-Bending Experiment at Great Hollow

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Mr. Hart and Mr. Silliam’s sixth grade science classes at Great Hollow Middle School are learning about chemical and physical changes. In mid-January, the classes performed an experiment exploring physical changes by bending glass using a Bunsen burner. During this hands-on experience, students learned that glass is an amorphous solid as it’s made up of a mixture of materials in such a way that it does not crystallize.

Online Lab Connects In-Person and Remote Learners

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Students in Ms. Delaney’s science class at Great Hollow Middle School investigated the relationship between the height of the villi in the small intestine and absorption rate of nutrients. Using an online simulation allowed for both in-person students and remote learners to participate and discuss their results. The lab reinforced their understanding of the small intestines role in the digestive system.

Great Hollow Students Use Knowledge to ‘Break Out’

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Seventh grade social studies students in Ms. McKee’s class at Great Hollow Middle School recently participated in a virtual breakout learning activity. Students were tasked with finding clues using information already learned in class and combining their knowledge with research activities. The theme for the breakout activity was based on the Revolutionary War. The breakout was modified this year to include Google apps and also allowed students working from home to participate.

Great Hollow Escape Challenge

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With the support of our newly appointed secondary instructional technology specialist Michelle Manning, sixth graders in Rita D’Amato’s class at Great Hollow Middle School participated in a digital escape room. Mrs. D’Amato created an Egypt Bitmoji Classroom and had the students use Kami and Google Slides to help her escape.

Great Hollow ‘Gang’ Organizes Food Drive

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The community service club, the Peanut Butter Gang, from Great Hollow Middle School held a food drive in December to support the Smithtown Food Pantry. Thanks to donations from the school community, the pantry helps supports those in need this holiday season and beyond.