Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Science Experiments at the Cook Library Center
On Tuesday, June 15, the Cook Library Center held its first summer science program. The program involved the students using an egg and a bottle. The students were challenged with making the egg squeeze through a bottle while not harming the egg. The three types of bottles were Snapple, Coca-Cola and Sobe bottles. The student's experiments showed that the bottle that was successful was the Sobe bottle. The students were amazed to see the magic of science right before their eyes!
Other summer programs at the Cook Library Center include reading, keyboarding, writing, internet research, field trips, Spanish literacy, career and college exploration, arts and crafts, and games. Programs run Monday-Saturday 1pm-3pm or Monday-Thursday 4pm-6pm.
Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities administers the programs of the Cook Library Center.