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Secretary of Education, James Peyser, visits class at Washington S.T.E.M. School in Lynn

10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Daniel Santini, 11, tracks the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Secretary of Education Jim Peyser speaks with Aliyza Padilla, 11, left, Renzo Diroche, 11, center, Kassandra Pena, 11, and the rest of their group as they learn about the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists classroom visit at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Science from Scientist instructor Ben Hart shows students at Washington S.T.E.M. School a timelapse video of the phases of the moon.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

From left, Yomary Nunez, 10, Divine Asemota, 10, and Aideliz Nolasco, 10, excitedly put on their lab coats as they ready for the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Yomary Nunez, 10, labels the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Dianaliz Puello, 10, puts on a moon phases board with the help of Yaneris Reyes, 10, left, so they can learn about the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Kevin Lizano, 10, wears a moon phases board as he and Nikolas Castiglione, 10, learn about the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Secretary of Education Jim Peyser visits the Washington S.T.E.M. School to take part in the Science from Scientists class on Thursday.

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10 25 18 Lynn Education secretary visits Washington STEM

Gabriel Valerio, 10, labels the phases of the moon during the Science from Scientists class at Washington S.T.E.M. School on Thursday.

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LYNN — Students at Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School learned science from scientists on Thursday morning. Secretary of Education James Peyser attended one of the classes as part of Massachusetts STEM week, declared earlier this year by the Baker-Polito Administration. Fourth and fifth grade students at Washington S.T.E.M. spent the day engaging in successive interactive lessons…

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