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Chardon Middle School seventh-grade student Jordyn Fisher displays her cookie-based moon phases creation on Oct. 21, a project led by her science teacher, Jackie Brown, as a safe and hands-on activity to facilitate learning in the classroom.

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Enter Junction Auto car raffle

Chardon Local Schools and the athletic department are launching a car raffle courtesy of Junction Auto Family and sponsored by Junction with Chardon athletes. Proceeds from the raffle are earmarked for a new scoreboard at Chardon Memorial Field.

The grand prize winner will become the owner of a 2020 GMC Terrain retailing for more than $29,000, and the second-place winner will receive $500.

Raffle tickets went on sale to the school community and general public on Oct. 16. The tickets are sold for $25 each via the following ticketing page at http://bit.ly/CLSD_Tickets. Ticket sales will end at noon on Feb. 5, 2021, with the raffle drawing taking place during the Chardon boys varsity basketball game that evening at halftime. The winners need not be present. Official details and rules are available at http://bit.ly/CLSD_CarRaffleRules.

Students study moon with cookies

Chardon Middle School students in Jackie Brown’s seventh-grade science class have been learning the phases of the moon.

To facilitate student learning about the moon phases, Ms. Brown incorporated a hands-on project into the lesson on Oct. 21. Each student received their own pack of store-packaged cookies. With face masks still on, desktop shields up and handwashing and desk sanitizing before and after the project, students independently worked on applying the sugar cookies’ cream filling to the top surface of the cookies in order to create the different parts of the moon that are illuminated during each moon phase.

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