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'Egg'cellent experience for St. David JK students

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 27, 2014 - 12:02 PM |
St. David junior kindergarten student Joel Carter-Jeanveau with “Theodore,” a newly hatched chick. Supplied photo.

St. David junior kindergarten student Joel Carter-Jeanveau with “Theodore,” a newly hatched chick. Supplied photo.

The junior kindergarten students at St. David Catholic elementary school recently had an “egg”cellent experience — watching chicks hatch out of eggs.

Teacher Lindsay Michel wanted provide a thrilling educational experience for her young inner city students. St. David School is located in the Donovan area of the city.

“Mrs. Michel wanted her students to experience the joy of life while learning to build empathy for other forms of life,” a press release said. “The students watched patiently as their eggs hatched and new born chicks emerged from their shells.”

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