Holy Rosary School students enjoy new science lab

Xsavier Morrison, left, and Connor Martin use microscopes to observe small objects in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab. - Submitted photos
From left, Brenley Harashinski, Sara Nealon, Anna Pietrowski and Aubrey Perks work together to examine slides and gather information in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab. - Submitted photos
Form left, Joshua Lentowski, Nicholas Mazzarella and Evan Licari are in one of the first classes to use the new science lab at Holy Rosary School. - Submitted photos

DURYEA — Holy Rosary School students recently enjoyed learning in the school’s new science lab. Donations from parents, friends, family and participation in the school’s Dodgeball Tournaments helped raise money for the lab.

Xsavier Morrison, left, and Connor Martin use microscopes to observe small objects in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_HR-Science-Lab-1.jpegXsavier Morrison, left, and Connor Martin use microscopes to observe small objects in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab. Submitted photos

From left, Brenley Harashinski, Sara Nealon, Anna Pietrowski and Aubrey Perks work together to examine slides and gather information in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_HR-Science-Lab-2.jpegFrom left, Brenley Harashinski, Sara Nealon, Anna Pietrowski and Aubrey Perks work together to examine slides and gather information in Holy Rosary School’s new science lab. Submitted photos

Form left, Joshua Lentowski, Nicholas Mazzarella and Evan Licari are in one of the first classes to use the new science lab at Holy Rosary School.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/web1_HR-Science-Lab-3.jpegForm left, Joshua Lentowski, Nicholas Mazzarella and Evan Licari are in one of the first classes to use the new science lab at Holy Rosary School. Submitted photos