Brentwood Elementary School kindergartners Keon Baltimore, Allen Christensen and Maya Arenzo watch to see if their homemade boat holding rubber duckies can stay afloat as teacher Carrie Sharp, center, counts down and teacher Rachel Carter adds waves to the pool.
Brentwood Elementary School kindergartners Keon Baltimore, Allen Christensen and Maya Arenzo watch to see if their homemade boat holding rubber duckies can stay afloat as teacher Carrie Sharp, center, counts down and teacher Rachel Carter adds waves to the pool. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com
Brentwood Elementary School kindergartners Keon Baltimore, Allen Christensen and Maya Arenzo watch to see if their homemade boat holding rubber duckies can stay afloat as teacher Carrie Sharp, center, counts down and teacher Rachel Carter adds waves to the pool. Sarah Barr sbarr@newsobserver.com

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