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North Branford High School students from combined classes in AP Science and Environmental Science are shown here with teachers/trip organizers Meghann Redman (front, far right) and Rebekah Polemeni (front, far left).

Photo courtesy of Jackie Folz 

North Branford High School students from combined classes in AP Science and Environmental Science are shown here with teachers/trip organizers Meghann Redman (front, far right) and Rebekah Polemeni (front, far left). (Photo courtesy of Jackie Folz  )

North Branford HS Takes Science Classes to Chatfield Hollow

Published Oct. 09, 2018 • Last Updated 02:33 p.m., Oct. 09, 2018

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North Branford High School (NBHS) science classes recently completed their annual trip to Chatfield Hollow State Park to complete a series of experiments. 

Students in NBHS Advanced Placement (AP) Biology and Environmental Science classes conducted experiments at the state park in Killingworth, under the supervision of NBHS Science Department teachers Rebekah Polemeni and Meghann Redman, who also once again organized this important trip. 

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