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Yesterday the students woke up to beautiful sunny weather with a high of 58 degrees. Students attended activities/classes in Geology & Engineering, Art in Nature, Balloon Rescue, and Astronomy.  

In Geology & Engineering students learned about plate tectonics and building structures that can withstand a natural disaster, such as earthquakes, floods, and landslides. The students then went on to design, build and test a structure that could withstand the shaking of what would be an 8.5 earthquake.

In Balloon Rescue (a twist on the egg drop

students were required to work as a team with limited materials to build a protective case to keep their product (a water balloon) safe from destruction when dropped from a 2-story building. 

During Art in Nature, students used their Artistic skill and knowledge  to look at nature in a different way.  Finding light, color, shape, and texture throughout the natural forest. Students created their own art creations using only items found in the forest. 

At night, students got to view and learn about the constellations. They got to use a telescope to look at the moon and various stars in our solar system. 

Phone: 714-534-3947 | Fax 714-590-9153

10855 Standford Ave. 
Garden Grove, CA 92840

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St. Columban Catholic School · 10855 Stanford Ave. · Garden Grove, CA 92840 · USA

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