Willis students get a microscopic lesson


Sara Houck, a sixth-grader at Willis Intermediate School, looks through a microscope during a lesson Tuesday in Deb Graham’s science class. Graham said students were looking at hydra and daphnia, microscopic organisms, and were tasked with identifying the characteristics of living things.

Sara Houck, a sixth-grader at Willis Intermediate School, looks through a microscope during a lesson Tuesday in Deb Graham’s science class. Graham said students were looking at hydra and daphnia, microscopic organisms, and were tasked with identifying the characteristics of living things.


Sara Houck, a sixth-grader at Willis Intermediate School, looks through a microscope during a lesson Tuesday in Deb Graham’s science class. Graham said students were looking at hydra and daphnia, microscopic organisms, and were tasked with identifying the characteristics of living things.

Sara Houck, a sixth-grader at Willis Intermediate School, looks through a microscope during a lesson Tuesday in Deb Graham’s science class. Graham said students were looking at hydra and daphnia, microscopic organisms, and were tasked with identifying the characteristics of living things.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_Willis-Microscope.jpgSara Houck, a sixth-grader at Willis Intermediate School, looks through a microscope during a lesson Tuesday in Deb Graham’s science class. Graham said students were looking at hydra and daphnia, microscopic organisms, and were tasked with identifying the characteristics of living things.