Today Was a Day (Science at SEA Session 2)
July 13, 2021
Today was a day.
It takes thousands of years for a drop of water to return home.
We have all become close as a ship and a family and we get closer when it is someone's birthday.
Herring know their home well.
Home is where the people that you care about are.
- Kai Biniak, New Roads School
- Ari Harris, Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
A voice for our home earth.
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