Franklin students observe chick hatching


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  • Drew Helmstetter, Demi Hernandez, Brad Bicsak, Manob Lamlamay




FRANKLIN — Eggs from a farm were gathered, put in an incubator, hatched in 28 days and then put into a brooder. Young scientists in Mrs. Patti Nicomini’s sixth- through eighth-grade classes at Franklin Borough School observed all the stages of the embryotic hatching of chicks. A video captured the hatching process and was seen by all the classes since some hatched over the weekend.

Upon reaching their proper growth, the chicks will be taken home by another teacher.

All the classes thoroughly enjoyed observing the process of life.




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