CASPER, Wyo. — The Natrona County School District shared a Woods Learning Center post on Facebook about student animal research presentations on Wednesday, May 15.
“Woods Learning Center students recently practiced their exceptional public speaking skills by presenting their animal research projects to an audience of over 180 people,” the district wrote. “Great work students and staff!”
The presentations took place on Tuesday, May 7, according to a Casper College news release. The event was titled “2019 Biennial Life Science Presentation” and took place at the Werner Wildlife Museum.
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“Primary students presented animal projects to a packed house at the Werner Wildlife Museum,” Woods Learning Center’s Facebook post says.
The Casper College release explains more about the presentations.
“With guidance from their teachers, Woods students study living things and their environments,” the CC release states. “Each student chooses a topic on Wyoming wildlife and conducts research which includes a visit to the Werner Wildlife Museum to view their chosen animal up close.”
Students gave presentations in both the afternoon and evening.
Werner Wildlife Museum is located at 405 East 15th Street, near the YMCA.