Einstein students visit Monterey Bay Aquarium

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Thirty-eight Albert Einstein Middle School students traveled to the Monterey Bay Aquarium last month to explore exhibits, talk to naturalists and investigate current marine issues.

The students were particularly moved by the aquarium’s current exhibit that demonstrates how plastics impact the ocean and marine life. Einstein students were impressed with the art work created from collected plastics.

The trip was made possible by supportive funding from parents, DonorsChoose.org and generous school site funding. The trip was chaperoned by science teacher Judy Caccamo, math teacher Kim Nickel and history teacher Anna Ruggiero.