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Caption Brietta Boyce (left) and Jada Goettlich, both sixth grade students at Winifred School, use hand-held microscopes and eye loupes to explore the properties of granite, garnet, schist, and limestone rock samples included in the Everest Education Expedition kit. (Photo courtesy of Bill Lee).
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Caption Eighth graders Troy Harmon, Brandon Richter and Justin May (from left) try to determine the route that climbers featured in a National Geographic movie will take as they ascend Mount Everest. The movie came to the Chester-Joplin-Inverness Public Schools in a teacher’s kit from Montana State University. (Photo courtesy of Deb Wickum).
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Caption Mount Everest is the world’s tallest mountain if measured from sea level to summit. The elevation is 29,035 feet, approximately six times higher than Bozeman. (Photo by Conrad Anker).
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