In 2014 we received a generous grant from the Champlain Foundation to help build our outdoor Stem Park. They recently featured our stem park on their site. Check it out...
Dear EWG community, Our school will be partnering with The Pulsera Project, a fair trade nonprofit organization that provides sustainable, well-paying work opportunities...
Second Trimester EXETER-WEST GREENWICH JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 7th Grade High Honors: Brielle Bamberry, Benjamin Baxter, Ava Bicknell, Jayce...
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Another great PSA on vaping by RI youth! Check it out at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeK84eYl2kg&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3n0uqjE-zwXql2A242PkpUT1AsOB_kWzey5QCPD0UjbBS9JRx8SeZl-jI view image
On March 21 come learn about the incredible pathways that we offer at the senior high school! view image
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February Highlights · Matches worked together on an experiment “Understanding Lactose Intolerance”, where matches tested glucose levels in water, water with 2g of glucose dissolved, milk, and lactose-free milk. Then Bigs and Littles repeated the test after adding lactase to the solutions. Matches learned about what lactose is and how most bodies are less able to digest it as we grow older unless we of western or northern European decent. · During our “Understanding Lactose Intolerance” experiment, Big Brother Jon taught everyone more about the changes that occur when lactase is introduced. We were all glued to Jon as he provided Bigs and Littles with helpful visuals. · Our most recent experiment was the “Electrolyte Challenge” that produced surprising results! Most of us would assume that sports drinks provide the greatest electrolyte replenishment after a grueling physical endeavor however after building a circuit and using a multimeter to measure electrolyte presence, it was discovered Orange Juice was the winner of the challenge! · Inspired by our understanding of salts, Bigs and Littles built on the idea and decided to test a pickle for fun! view image