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Surline Elementary School fourth-graders Kameryn Lehmann and Chase Van Wormer plant their pinwheels in front of the Ogemaw County Building May 26.
WEST BRANCH — Surline Elementary School fourth-graders were busy planting a sea of blue pinwheels on the front lawn of the Ogemaw County Building May 26 in an effort to raise awareness for child abuse and neglect prevention.
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Ben Hartley, Pria Herek, 4, and Josh Awrey put psychologist Jean Piaget’s theory of conservation to the test.
WEST BRANCH — The Ogemaw Heights High School library was filled with young children playing with toys, creating music and drawing pictures May 26, all while under the watchful eye of developmental psychology students analyzing their every move.
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