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Freshmen work to help others obtain water

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New Tech @ Ruston freshman biology students Michaela Turner, Spencer Smith, Mia Smith and Jacob Burditt collaborate to test the Water Quality Index of water samples at Lincoln Parish Park during the FLOW project.

New Tech @ Ruston is reaching across its curriculum to reach across the world.

For the first time, the Ruston High School initiative has integrated its entire freshman program in a project designed to not only teach relevant core concepts but to inspire community and global awareness, one of the learning outcomes for NT@R.

The FLOW Project originated within the global studies class as a way to educate the students about the global water crisis.

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