Bio AP Field Trip

Sudents observed the remains of settlers of San Jacinto that lived in huts that have been preserved like this one.
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The students moved from five station groups to each different activity.
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The Mission entrance had a tall cross to signify the religious aspect.
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Coach Mein, APES teacher, getting psyched.
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Dr. Frontz, AP Biology teacher and Dean of Science Dept. protects her skin from the sun with a cap.
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Students relaxed on benches after lunch and between stations.
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Students pose in front of the entrance sign of Mission San Juan
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Religious Statues, like the Virgin Mary featured above, were an important part of the religious aspect of the Missions.
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Students went on a nature hike to observe environmental relationships and identify parts of the ecosystem.
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The trail the students walked on the hike.
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Entrance to Mission San Jose
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Biology AP and APES students took a field trip to Mission San Juan/ The San Antonio River to study plant life, observe ecosystems, and evolution and adaptations Oct. 29 and 30. See photos from the trip above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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