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Ironwood students learn from each other

 

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IRONWOOD HIGH School students partner up to help the district's second graders make Powerpoint presentations about penguins as part of a co-operative education project. Among those participating are, from left, second grader Kaiya Graser and high school student Jamie Dewitt.

By RICHARD JENKINS

rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com

IRONWOOD - Ironwood's second graders spent part of the last two weeks working on a project about penguins, but rather than learn from their teachers, the students were taught by some of the district's high schoolers.

The students were from the district's business information technology class, according to second grade teacher Michelle Trier.

Trier said the project was developed after she and Tess Paakola, who teaches the technology class, collaborated during the Read Across America event earlier this month.

"Her class came down and read with my...



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