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16, 2001 EDUCATI The Arlington limes o:o A5 is an in pro- and execute of f i- StUdents from Chat- 'Paul Davis, Ann Fer- Science; in Educa- B.A. in Paul Steiner, has achieve- chapter University Faxon also honors pro- to Under- s Curriculum phoh) Cr~al lh(/mp~,on A group ot AHinglon High School studenls in Renee Cordes" ecology class took to the seas for an overnight sailing trip last month to test their theor es about the sources and results of water pollution with the help of Salish Sea Expeditions, a nonprofit science and environmental education organization. In the proces% the group lear ned some of the ropes -- make that lines -- of sailing the 61 -foot research vessel Carlyn, seen here anchored at Kayak Point. for fall New Students list at for winter Adding. Natalie C~Stleber. Noble ' Jonathan lqaehara kZYstal Molar- Jr,, ~dttany J]~.) Hum- Lee Kyu Maus. Melissa 'Sell), photo ~'nber Barge Arlington High School students prepare to set sail from the Port of Everett April 27 on board the Carlyn, a 61 -foot sailing vessel owned by Sea Salish Expeditions. This is the third year AHS teacher Renee Cordes has incorporated the sailing trip in her class to provide students with the chance to test their field science skills. ' barring. in from to the Uni- List rthe win. Vic- is the and and Schnei. and Joy photo Crystal Thompson Brie'n Austin examines a jellyfish that was found while students were sailing on the Sea Salish Expedition vessel. photo Amber Barge IRight| Sandy Jurca and Nicki Potter prepare dinner in the galley of the Carlyn. All students were required to do their share of chores during the trip. VRO SPot, t.t.c 629-6415 1~1~ dealer along great bicycle lines h * GT Experience DISH Network' Get the DISH Network Digital I00 Plan. Best of all, there's NO E~UIPMENT TO BUY' On~ $35.99/mo. HIWAY-HOME ELECTRONICS (360) 629-4030 Out of Area Galls: 1 (800) 894-2466 e-mail: Serving the community for over 12 years/ _._., ._.__.k~-~--......~, .- -~ ~ ~pro~d~ ..... ,___ aA or~s. See your DtSH Nehvork reta,er, Dl~,4 Netwo~ ~ i~e~e Oe~ds a~l ~ostr~",x)ns, ~ service 'rrmd~ s~l ndernarks being ~0 I~" m~eOdve Ow',erS. photo Anther B,)rge Laura Walker uses a compass to check the location of the sailboat in preparation for a water sampling stop as part of the students' exper- iments. A week later, students posted the data they collected and dis- cussed the results. OOM4000 with free Car Cord and Case (o=,~,,oe) Features: Ultra-Lightweight, 4.5 oz. Supports digital & analog technologies Enhanced, easy-to-use features The Wireless product3 You want 460 IFeHddon WaM audln~mn, WA ~=, =~,,~= m=, =====,~.m,,~ r==r==, ,..o,~,=. 3 6 I:1- 7 S 7-0 7 I 7 tt~ek~ddtgit~mtnut~5~.$25~[Nat~onleewithonean~t~,~yeaf~agreern =,~,~ per . =[~,?=~,,~=