The team of "magneshium air battery" of the chemistry club ook part in the online award ceremony and presentation of the prizes of "science shoot" on 19th December. They were selected for the prize winner.
Multi Science --"Deer Group"
For DNA barcording, they conducted the refinement of plusmid DNA on Tuesday, December 22nd. They analyze the contents in the deer's stomach. DNA barcording is technology which identify the biological species by using DNA barcord. What the wild deer ate can be determined by the sequence of the purified DNA.
Students in the English research study group took part in the English class in Tanbara elementary school. They had a Christmas quiz and a pronunciation quiz with the sixth graders on Monday, December 21st. The kids enjoyed using English very much and it was a valuable experience for the high school students in the English group.
Mr. Tamura came to our school to give our students' the lecture about his activities on Friday, December 18th. He is a representative of joint social Sato-Life and director of Ishizuchi Fureai no Sato. He retired from the company he had worked for when he was 24 years old. And then he moved from Tokyo to the mountain area in Saijo. He is working hard to make good use of empty houses. The topic of his talk is "Efforts to revitalize Saijo."
On Thursday, December 17th, we invited Mr. Hirata, Mr. Nakamura and Mr. Ida from Saijo factory of Imabari shipbuilding company and Mr. Iio from Saijo city hall. The purpose of the lecture is to deepen our students' interest and to make the most of the lecture to realize their future goal.
The following are the topics:
"About the work of Imabari Shipbuilding Company"
"To make Saijo the most exciting town in Japan---about the work of city hall"
2nd year students visited Ehime Prefectural University of Health Science in Tove city, and Toshimori Clinic in Saijo city. They heard about infections and how to deal with patients with a fever. This group is researching about the Spanish influenza pandemic. They are donint ther research, thinking that it may be useful for preventing the spread of COVID-19 infection.