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|Deborah Orzechowski||Mary Ann Savino||Gene McNicholas Jane Bielejewski|
|John Penna||Bob Phillips||Debbie Druker Katherine Butler Bridget Butler|
|Nina Visconti-Phillips, NJSTA SSW Coordinator
Families exploring science together.
Bridget and Katherine Butler
Katherine is a teacher for Magnolia Public Schools.
... Jane Bielejewski Saint Anthony School
Deborah volunteered both days, and shared her enthusiasm, confidence and determination.
Mary Ann (in red) worked with hundreds of parents, teachers, and children also on both Saturday and Sunday. We thank her for her organizational and logistical skills.
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NJSTA would like to thank Anthony Miskowski, Assistant Curator of Natural History at the New Jersey State Museum and the selfless volunteers who explored science concepts during Super Science Weekend 1999, January 23 and 24.
The many families who visited
the science exploration tables were greeted by NJSTA volunteers with varied backgrounds.
Among this list of inspiring educators you will find the President of NJSTA, elementary
and middle level teachers, a preschool science coordinator, high school students, a
project manager from IBM, high school teachers, a professional development consultant, and
College of New Jersey students: Jane Bielejewski,
Katherine Butler, Bridget Butler, Lara Clayton,
Debbie Drucker, Kelli Eppley,
Gene McNicholas, Andrea Miller,
Nancy Miller, Debbie Orzechowski, John Penna, Bob Phillips, Mary Ann
Savino, Erin Smith, Nina Visconti-Phillips.
Sign up as a volunteer for our 21st year at the Museum in January 2001!
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The NJSTA, New Jersey Science Teachers Association, invites you to join them during Super Science Weekend forthe museum's twenty-first annual celebration of Science and Technology. An interesting mix of entertaining science programs take place in the auditorium, there are continuous demonstrations by organizations and individuals, and even more special shows in the Planetarium. The Museum's own scientists emerge form behind-the-scenes to tell of their work. Main
Mail us a copy of your activity for next year and we will provide it to hundreds of parents and teachers.
1. Do you have a safe, simple, scientifically sound activity, demonstration or exhibit to share with young students?
2. Can you demonstrate your activity or simply share various activities with others at the NJSTA tables?
Two hours either day would be super!
Joanne Letwinch, Super Science Weekend Coordinator 609-268-6670 (H), 856-429-0902 (x114) (W) Looking forward to another fun weekend! Lyra401@aol.com
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