While some schools banned their teachers and students from watching the eclipse, Navarre High School teachers jumped in with both feet.
Earth Science teachers Dena Pruden and Tami McConnell said they were excited for their students to learn about astronomy through the event.
“We have been telling our students about it since the start of school, but we really dove in Friday and went full force with explaining what the eclipse is, how it works – we built class models,” Pruden said.
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