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Gleason School students utilize kites for geometry class

Gleason School students utilize kites for geometry class

Posted: Friday, April 1, 2011 12:03 am

Gleason School students utilize kites for geometry class | Gleason School; Gleason, Tennessee

On a windy March day, Gleason high school students in Mrs. Gearin’s geometry classes applied their geometry skills to kite-flying.
ALL IN THE NAME OF GEOMETRY – On a windy March day, Gleason high school students in Mrs. Gearin’s geometry classes applied their geometry skills to kite-flying. Students utilized their knowledge of isosceles right triangles, parallel lines, and other geometric skills to measure and create their own kites. Pictured are (front, from left) Dalis Lampkins, Christine Hill, Ruby Wallace, (second row, from left) Dylan Reynolds, Austin Perry, Brandon Lee (third row, from left) Connor Nolen, Leslie Barker, Blake Taylor, Tucker Kail, Meg Manz, (fourth row, from left) Robert Foster, Brandon Carrington and Daniel Solano.

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