The News Herald (Willoughby, OH) - - Community - Sub­mit­ted

Notre Dame El­e­men­tary stu­dents were busy re­cently with the Hands that Serve, Hearts that Love pro­gram. Sev­enth-grade stu­dents col­lected over 100 bags of used cloth­ing. Af­ter sort­ing and pre­par­ing the cloth­ing, stu­dents helped load and de­liver the cloth­ing to St. Philom­ena Church in Cleve­land. As part of the grade level out­reach project, the sev­en­th­graders are learn­ing the im­por­tance and their role in help­ing those less for­tu­nate. Shown top left are Christo­pher Wo­j­nar and Ben­jamin Roberts. While sev­enth-graders were busy with that pro­gram, fifth-graders in Mrs. Niksa’s Sci­ence class and Mrs. Halle Davis’ STEM class were learn­ing about an­i­mal re­la­tion­ships within food chains and food webs. In this ac­tiv­ity, stu­dents dis­sected owl pel­lets and stud­ied the phys­i­ol­ogy of the barn owl, its habits, and an­a­lyzed the char­ac­ter­is­tics of its ecosys­tem. Shown are Michael Malone and Ju­lian Ja­voris.

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