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Students across North Texas learn about the eclipse first hand

Courtney, our site coordinator at Rose Haggar Elementary School in Plano Independent School District shared these pictures of her students observing the solar eclipse! We’re excited that the students got to experience science and astronomy first-hand on this momentous occasion.

Dallas was in the path of totality, so our students got to enjoy a phenomenal four minutes of darkness. Thanks to our site coordinator Leticia at Blair Elementary School in Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District for capturing the moment!

Veronica, at HL Early Childhood School in McKinney ISD shared a picture with her students as they observed the eclipse happening. The students created masks to accompany their special glasses for safe viewing.

Jennifer, at Long Middle School in Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD gathered with students at the stadium as the eclipse neared totality.

Also in Carrollton-Farmers Branch, Karina at Dewitt Perry Middle School shared pictures of her students as they observed how dark the sky and surrounding area became while the eclipse was in full effect.