Salem High School science teacher aims high with study of ozone layer
In 2007, she spent a month on a research vessel studying the geochemical and geophysical characteristics of the East Pacific Rim south of Mexico. Last year, she worked on a wetlands project with her students and presented the findings to the town’s Conservation Commission.
Preston has a friend who teaches at the Kennedy Middle School in Grand Prairie, Texas, who will be working with her class for the south portion of the project.
There are two aspects to the project, one focusing on biology and the other on technology.
The biological component revolves around the planting of a bio-indicator garden with ozone-sensitive plants so students can observe and track the damage to the plants, according to Preston.
During both parts of the process, students in the two schools will be communicating through Google and uploaded YouTube videos.
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