Clark students use their “Tools For School” to complete assignment

Students, shown from left, are Alexis Devre, Sofia Rama, Emma Francisco, Andrew Hawryluk and William Shaughnessy in the top row, and Sebastian Romano, Matt Vigliotti, Christopher Fuschetto, and Christopher Jimenez in the bottom row.
Students, shown from left, are Alexis Devre, Sofia Rama, Emma Francisco, Andrew Hawryluk and William Shaughnessy in the top row, and Sebastian Romano, Matt Vigliotti, Christopher Fuschetto, and Christopher Jimenez in the bottom row.

CLARK — Students in Denise Picciano’s eighth grade math class at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark spent the last three days learning about all different types of special angle pairs. Students completed an activity, similar to a color-by-number, which required them to answer multiple-choice questions about the different angle pairs. The answers to the questions each represented a color.

Students then colored a diagram illustrating all the important tools needed to be successful in school, such as your brain! If the answers they chose were correct, then their diagram was colored correctly. Students had a great time working with each other and expressing their artistic abilities, as well as their impressive knowledge of all the angle pairs.

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