Third-grader Autumn Lynch, left, and second-grader Riley Dunnam measure their ecosystem soda bottle before cutting it in half in biotech science teacher Valerie Chambers’ science class at Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school on Dec. 15.
Third-grader Autumn Lynch, left, and second-grader Riley Dunnam measure their ecosystem soda bottle before cutting it in half in biotech science teacher Valerie Chambers’ science class at Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school on Dec. 15. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Third-grader Autumn Lynch, left, and second-grader Riley Dunnam measure their ecosystem soda bottle before cutting it in half in biotech science teacher Valerie Chambers’ science class at Durham’s Reaching All Minds Academy charter school on Dec. 15. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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