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Wyoming Area Catholic School students with their projects are, from left, seated,Kaitlyn McGlynn, Rebecca Lalko, MacKenzie Crake, Lauren Best, Alsexis Stella, Allyson Lauivara, Lindsey Chepalonis, Bianca Mazzarella, Danielle Morris, Elizabeth Kravitz, Adiya Golden. Standing, Jacob Modlesky, Josh Hartigan, Dylan Burwell, Jason Isely, Chrsitian Holmes, Nick Prociak, Tyler Mozeleski, Greg Godlewski, Matthew D'Elia, Dominic Cirelli and Mary Ann Paddock-Kaminski.
Wyoming Area Catholic School students with their projects are, from left, seated,Kaitlyn McGlynn, Rebecca Lalko, MacKenzie Crake, Lauren Best, Alsexis Stella, Allyson Lauivara, Lindsey Chepalonis, Bianca Mazzarella, Danielle Morris, Elizabeth Kravitz, Adiya Golden. Standing, Jacob Modlesky, Josh Hartigan, Dylan Burwell, Jason Isely, Chrsitian Holmes, Nick Prociak, Tyler Mozeleski, Greg Godlewski, Matthew D'Elia, Dominic Cirelli and Mary Ann Paddock-Kaminski.
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As part of their life science class, seventh-grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic School created models of deoxyribonucleic acid, commonly known as DNA. Working in groups and using their creativity, students used a variety of materials to construct their models. Mary Ann Paddock-Kaminski is the science teacher for grades 6-8 at Wyoming Area Catholic School.


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