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Learning About the Titanic at St. David

Adam Chartrand Grade 5 Student at St. David Catholic School adds a few details to the class' model of the Titanic.

April 16, 2012 - The Grade 4/5 class at St. David Catholic School recently participated in a day long tribute to the RMS Titanic. The students plotted the journey of the maiden voyage on maps, learned about sending messages through Morse code, and collaboratively worked on creating a model of the grand ship. Their teacher, Jennifer Gran said," marking the 100th anniversary of the fateful voyage was an opportunity for the students to learn more about the science and history of the "unsinkable" Titanic."



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