WINSTON — McGovern Elementary School doesn’t hold classes Fridays, but a dozen sixth-graders were still at the school last Friday, linking arms and pretending to be water molecules. “I figured, what’s the harm in learning more about atoms, learning a little more in general to try to get a good career and get a little smarter,” said Abby Boyd, 11. The arm-linking exercise illustrated how molecules form ice when bunched and steam when apart. It was an activity during the school’s first Science Friday, a collaboration with Roseburg-based Umpqua Watersheds. The Winston-Dillard School District dropped Friday from its school week …
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