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The science behind an educational night at Webutuck

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Fifth-grader Zoe Armstrong worked on an experiment to separate oil from water, to show how difficult it is to clean polluted oceans after an oil spill. Photo by Whitney Joseph

WEBUTUCK— The halls of Eugene Brooks Intermediate School and Webutuck High School were brimming with excitement on Thursday, March 23, as students and their families wandered among the many experiments and displays at the Webutuck PTA’s Math and Science Night.

There were children dotted throughout the schools — counting numbers, putting together puzzles, looking through microscopes — all in an effort to promote math and science.

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