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Updated: 06/23/2014 04:21:47PM

Open house a big success

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Sixth-grader Grayce Robertson feeds red-bellied pacu in L.A. Ainger Middle School's open house Thursday. The school held the open house to showcase its different classrooms and activities, including the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) H2O lab, which Grayce participates in.

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L.A. Ainger students Josh Arnett, Grayce Robertson, Jeff Hughes, Dustin Emerson and Cayleigh Cabral pose for a photo with Jeff's bearded dragon, Fred, at their school's open-house Thursday.

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Students held the ribbon across the door to one of L.A. Ainger's two Tech Smart classroom and cut it to symbolize the opening of the new rooms. Part of the school's reason for holding a special open house Thursday was to show the new rooms to the community.

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L.A. Ainger principal Marcia Louden presented the school's new Tech Smart classrooms to community members. The new rooms use wifi-connected touchscreen computers to organize student-driven projects, and will be used by the school district as a prototype for future innovative classrooms.

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L.A. Ainger seventh-graders Eythan Schroeder, Trey Ayers, Leon Fleming and Jolee Karr manned the edible cell cookie lab, a scaled down version of a science project they recently undertook as part of a special open house Thursday.

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ROTONDA WEST — L.A. Ainger Middle School opened its doors Thursday evening for a carnival-like open house of interactive exhibits designed to show off the school.

The event was chiefly run by students, who were posted at every exhibit and full of information.

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