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3rd Annual
Presented by Region 2 & West Oso ISD

This project will help the students understand the embryonic stages of a development of a chicken, the parts and functions of the egg, the function and importance  of the incubator, the difference between oviparous and viviparous animals, and the responsibility necessary for caring for a living thing. All classes will keep a Hatching Journal to record visual observations of the growing embryo as well as information pertaining to the eggs (i.e. The Parts of An Egg, Uses for Eggs, Strength of an Egg, etc.) Each class will observe and record the growth of chicken embryos in Mrs. Trevino's class through the use of an incubator.

GRADES: Elementary
APRIL 4th-27th 
Mondays & Wednesdays
at 2:00pm

Case Studies in Science & Ethics
Presented by TX A&M University & Region 16

Join Dr. Barbara Gastel, Professor of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences and of Humanities in Medicine at Texas A&M University, College Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences as she discusses the ethical implications of scientific research and communication.   Students will take on the role of scientists as Dr. Gastel presents real-world scenarios, with difficult ethical choices, from high school, college, and the professional career field in which they must not only avoid the “wrong” choice, but also make the “right” choices. 

GRADES 10-12
May 3rd: 10am-11:00am

Veterinary Specializations-Dentistry
Presented by TX A&M University & Region 16

Join Dr. J.R. (Bert) Dodd, Clinical Professor of Small Animal Dentistry at the Texas A&M University Veterinary Teaching Hospital as he discusses pet dental health.   Students will learn about the structure and function of teeth and how this affects the types of teeth different animals have. Dr. Dodd will also explain how to keep your pet’s teeth healthy and why this is important to their overall health.

GRADES 4th-8th
May 19th: 10am-11:00am

Veterinary Technicians 101
Presented by TX A&M University & Region 16

Transform your love of animals into a career improving the health of animals! Join veterinary technicians from the Texas A&M Small Animal Teaching Hospital as they describe the pathway to becoming a veterinary technician and career opportunities available in this field. You'll also get a glimpse into a day in the life of Aggie veterinary technicians.

May 23rd: 10am-11:00am


The National Park Service, U.S. Presidential Libraries, and Museums, the Internet2 Community, and cultural and historic organizations nationwide are proud to offer the annual Presidential Primary Source Project.  A series of free, standards aligned, 45 minute interactive videoconferencing programs aimed at students in grades 5-12.  The series will run from January-March 2016.

"President Truman and the Steel Crisis"
Harry S. Truman Presidential Library 
Independence, MO
GRADES: 8-12
MARCH 29th: 10:00AM-10:50AM and 1:00PM-1:50PM