OLA Students Showcase Interactive Science Museum

(l-r) Januel, Matthew, Gianna and Jackson enjoyed learning about snakes while creating bead snakes at the event.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students at Our Lady of the Assumption School hosted a ‘Science Museum’ on Friday, May 24 showcasing interactive science exhibits that they have created for younger students at the school. The museum was a hands-on experience curated and staffed by teachers and students who guided younger students through the museum located in the gymnasium. The fun yet education event featured walk-through exhibits of the sea and a jungle, chemical experiments and other scientific displays.

Matthew Franek enjoyed creating bead snakes with his classmates.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Suzy Malshytif (r) helped the students create paw prints.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Bianca Vukdedaj (l) and Nevaeh Roman enjoyed the ‘Finding Dory Presents the Ocean’ exhibit.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Ethan Castro and Natalie Santiago made their own version of the ‘Operation’ board game, however theirs depicts how the human body functions.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Principal John-Paul Barnaba (back, 2nd from l) and Victoria Franek (2nd row, r) with OLA students.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

More from Around NYC

>