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St. James students care for baby chicks in their classrooms!

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April 26, 2018 - St. James students are looking after feathered friends to learn how to care for them! Dedicated Kindergarten teachers go to the school on Saturdays and Sundays to take care of the chicken, duck and quail eggs in the classroom incubators. The students have begun to spend time with the chicks in their classrooms and are excited to interact with them more in coming weeks!

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