Students find link in science, careers

By John L. Braese

The Enterprise

ONTARIO – Seventh grade students around the county sit in classrooms every day, listening to teachers, studying off tablets and taking tests.

On Thursday, the students were provided the chance to turn classroom learning into life experiences as they gathered at the Four Rivers Cultural Center for Malheur Youth Science Day.

Now in its second year, the day drew over 400 students from every school in the county . . .

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