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Published: 6/20/2014


STEM camp at Penta Career Center

STEM (Science, technology, Engineering and Math) camp at Penta Career Center Thursday, June 19, 2014, is not the average camp. Young students learned about DNA in a biotechnology program, how to build water rockets in a manufacturing technologies program, and built a wooden viking ship in a construction carpentry program. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Dominic Serrato, left, 14, of Otsego Junior. High works with Austin Berkebile, right, 14, of Perrsyburg Junior High, to extract DNA from a strawberry in a plant. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dominic Serrato, left, 14, of Otsego Junior. High works with Austin Berkebile, right, 14, of Perrsyburg Junior High, to extract ...
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Austin Berkebile, 14, of Perrsyburg Junior High smashes a strawberry with a spoon to extract DNA from it in a plant biotechnology program during STEM camp. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Austin Berkebile, 14, of Perrsyburg Junior High smashes a strawberry with a spoon to extract DNA from it in a ...
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Noah Stone, 15, of Springfield Middle School, uses a pipet to gather the liquidized strawberry from a test tube. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Noah Stone, 15, of Springfield Middle School, uses a pipet to gather the liquidized strawberry from a test tube.
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Connor Woodward, right, 13, of Anthony Wayne Junior High, loads his water-powered rocket as other students prepare their rockets as part of a manufacturing technologies program during STEM camp. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Connor Woodward, right, 13, of Anthony Wayne Junior High, loads his water-powered rocket as other students prepare their rockets ...
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James Corbo, right, 14, of Perrysburg Junior High, fills his water-powered rocket. Enlarge | Buy This Photo James Corbo, right, 14, of Perrysburg Junior High, fills his water-powered rocket.
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STEM camp councilor Jalen Harris, left, 18, holds up one finger as he counts down the launch of a water-powered rocket as part of a manufacturing technologies program. Enlarge | Buy This Photo STEM camp councilor Jalen Harris, left, 18, holds up one finger as he counts down the launch of a water-...
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Casey Giles, 13, of Genoa Middle School, rear, David Silva, center, 13, of Otsego Junior High, and Jason Jones, 12, of Otsego Junior High, front, all work together on a part for a large wooden viking ship for a construction carpentry program. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Casey Giles, 13, of Genoa Middle School, rear, David Silva, center, 13, of Otsego Junior High, and Jason Jones, 12,...
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Charlie Hebert, right, 13, of Perrysburg Junior High watches as one of his classmates helps keep the mast of a large wooden viking ship the class created up with a rope as part of a construction carpentry program. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Charlie Hebert, right, 13, of Perrysburg Junior High watches as one of his classmates helps keep the mast of a ...
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Zach Jones, left, 13, looks up at the mast of the large wooden citing ship his class created as instructor Rob Weaver, center, works on securing the mast with the help of Blaine Instone, right, 13, Jacob Rudebock, far right, 12, during STEM (Science, technology, Engineering and Math) camp held at Penta Career Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zach Jones, left, 13, looks up at the mast of the large wooden citing ship his class created as instructor ...
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STEM councilor Cassie Kaptur, bottom right, 18, ties a rope holding the mast of a large wooden viking ship in place as part of a construction carpentry program. Enlarge | Buy This Photo STEM councilor Cassie Kaptur, bottom right, 18, ties a rope holding the mast of a large wooden viking ship in ...
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