Blandford students went to the moon, Jupiter
and Venus. They split water atoms, built buildings out of pasta and
hammered some nails with a banana.
Just some of the fun families had during family science night at the Rowland Heights school on March 6.
“We brought in science teachers from from Mt. SAC, Rowland High,
Alvarado Intermediate and Telesis Academy to help our own instructors,”
explained coordinator Barbara Daniels.
Students explored the wonders of science with their parents at the festive evening event.
Read more in Rich Irwin’s story SCIENCE.