The South Plainfield School District Latchkey Program directed by Assistant Superintendent Nicole Pormilli and Supervisor Kristen Herzog hosted "Funny Bones", an educational program where students learn about electricity, energy and lightening. Pictured below at the Riley School Latchkey Program is the "Funny Bones" presenter and Riley Curtis, who participated with the hands on presentation on different types of lighting, both natural and manmade.
Funny Bones Program at Riley School Latchkey
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