Ascension students travel to California

he eighth-grade class of Ascension School, including Carly Isaac, above, traveled to Cambria, California, April 21-25 to study environmental science and experience the culture of California’s central coast, said Terrence Mullaney, principal of Ascension. The students visited tide pools along the Pacific coast; toured an elephant seal rookery; dissected squid; visited a plankton and sea kelp forest study; and observed birds, sea otters and sea caves while kayaking. (Photo Special to The Record)

Carly Isaac, above, an eighth-grader at Ascension School kayaks in the Pacific Ocean. (Photo Special to The Record)

The eighth-grade class of Ascension School traveled to Cambria, California, April 21-25 to study environmental science and experience the culture of California’s central coast, said Terrence Mullaney, principal of Ascension.

The students visited tide pools along the Pacific coast; toured an elephant seal rookery; dissected squid; visited a plankton and sea kelp forest study; and observed birds, sea otters and sea caves while kayaking.

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