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Posted November 19, 2013

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Students Learn About the Local Environment

Students from all around Albuquerque can visit the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center in Cedar Crest, New Mexico.

Spencer Lucas of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science shows KOB TV's Good Day New Mexico where every Albuquerque 5th grader can go to learn about environmental science unique to our local environment.

This short video clip features fifth graders from Longfellow ES. The students can be seen in this video, hiking, answering questions, and doing an activity.

We are proud of our local environment and proud that our students have opportunities like this to learn and experience our great history!

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