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  • Fitchburg kids celebrate science, math, tech 10-year-old Seamus Leger and 9-year-old Owen LeBlanc work with "Scratch", a free educational programming language developed by the Media Lab at MIT. (T&G Staff Photos/BETTY JENEWIN) *Magdelana Suarez works with her 9-year-old son Brian Suarez to make a spaghetti tower. They are from Fitchburg. (T&G Staff/BETTY JENEWIN) Enlarge photoEliza Gallo, 9, plants a sunflower seed during the Family Gala Night at Reingold Elementary School. (T&G Staff/BETTY JENEWIN) Enlarge photoFITCHBURG — Students and parents learned STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) principles while having fun at the third annual AALI Family Gala Night March 27 at Reingold Elementary School. 
    Posted Apr 14, 2014, 7:05 AM by Fitch burg
  • For kids, striking a high note Grant revives Thayer Symphony outreach program By Alana Melanson, amelanson@sentinelandenterprise.com POSTED:   11/14/2013 07:03:09 AM EST Thayer Symphony Orchestra Maestro Toshimasa Francis Wada gets a hug from fourth-grader Jackie Mora and a fellow student as the Music Connection program visits Reingold Elementary School in Fitchburg on Wednesday morning. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / JOHN LOVE FITCHBURG -- When the music started, the kids couldn't help but shake their bodies and wiggle in their seats, as if dancing in place. No, it wasn't the latest radio hit they were hearing -- it was a variety of instrumental music performed by members of the Thayer Symphony Orchestra, as part of Maestro Toshimasa Francis Wada's Music Connection, a program ...
    Posted Nov 14, 2013, 8:42 AM by Fitch burg
  • Fitchburg youngsters embrace Mass in Motion Kids art contest Courtesy Photo Reingold Elementary School fourth-grader Micaiah Williamson, 9, talks about choosing fruits, vegetables and water over junk food and sugary drinks in his winning video.Who better to tell -- and show -- kids how to be healthy than their own peers?More than 1,000 elementary- and middle-school children throughout the city, working alone or in groups, created videos, songs and artwork about how they can be "Mass in Motion Kids." They show others ways they can be more physically active, eat more fruits and vegetables, drink more water, get better sleep and reduce screen time.Their works were displayed during the 21st Century After-School Showcase, held May 21 at Fitchburg High School and judged by a ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2013, 7:08 AM by Fitch burg
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