Advanced Biology Students Travel to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
The Euclid High School Advanced Biology classes are studying the history of life, species adaptations and evolution. The Cleveland Natural History Museum has excellent displays and explanations regarding these topics, so it was a natural choice for a field trip. 35 students made observations, notes, drawings and took photos of various displays as they explored the vast amounts of artifacts. Upon returning to school, students worked in groups to summarize their findings and make short presentations based on their observations. This is another great example of how Euclid educators work hard to connect the classroom to the real world.
Audrey R. Holtzman
Community Relations Specialist for the Euclid City Schools.