VTHS honors students study in Costa Rica


Make text smaller Make text larger



Photos



  • Pictured here enjoying the tropical temperatures near the volcano are, from left, Kirsten Ondris, Emily Fussman, Regina Incarnato, Nicole Pirringer, Lauren Hall, Eric Webber, Chris Kohama, Triana Hielscher, Heather Morris, Chloe LoBosco and Robert (R.J.) Genneken.



The Vernon Township High School Science National Honor Society recently returned from their science field expedition to Costa Rica.

Eleven students accompanied science teachers Cara Brown and Pam Schaefer for a unique study and cultural opportunity. Studies included organic farming, biofuels, volcanic geology and ecosystems. A highlight of their trip was living with local families, playing soccer with their children and enjoying a fiesta the village held in their honor.


Make text smaller Make text larger

MUST READ NEWS

Image High Point students to present 42nd Street
“Come and meet those dancing feet, on the avenue I'm taking you to, 42nd Street,” croons High Point Regional High...
Image Sewer expansion a contentious topic
VERNON — A clash of opinions on a potential expansion of the township's water and sewer systems persisted Monday, heightened by an analysis presented by hired...
Vernon softball team preparing for season
Every time that they step onto the field this season, members of the Vernon High School softball program will be doing so...
Image Vernon reviewing snow removal
VERNON — Vernon Mayor Harry Shortway on Monday told the Township Council his office is conducting a review of snow removal procedures and preparations in response to...

VIDEOS


Sign up to get our newsletter emailed to you every week!

  • Enter your email address in the box below.
  • Select the newsletters you would like to subscribe to.
  • Click the 'SUBSCRIBE' button.

Comments

Pool Rules



MOST COMMENTED



Find more about Weather in Lafayette, NJ