September 25, 2016

Something's fishy

SSMS welcomes “Salmon in the Classroom”

By Tim Barnum
Staff writer
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STANDISH — Books. Check. Paper. Check. Pencil. Check. 55-gallon tank containing salmon eggs. Check? In mid-November, that’ll be the case in two Standish-Sterling Middle School (SSMS) science classes when the classes begin participating in Trout Unlimited’s “Salmon in the Classroom” program. “Trout Unlimited started this thing here about 12, 15 years ago in New York,” said Sterling Sportsmen Association member Dick Dell. “It’s a complete environmental program for the whole year.

Read more about "Salmon in the Classroom" in the Sept. 24 issue of "The Arenac County Independent."

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