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The 5th-grade students at North Central in Pioneer had a special moment on Friday, May 17th after working hard on a project all year. The botany section of the project highlighted the importance of the energy behind the words we say. One student’s project followed the journey of two plants and how they responded to being spoken to in different ways.

Abbie Apple, the teacher responsible for the project, explained how last year she encouraged her students to explore their own connection with nature and how our words can influence it. She was thrilled with their enthusiasm and dedication throughout the year.

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