What kind of cloud is that?

Students in Exceptional Education at Oswego County BOCES recently created a display of wind and cloud systems as part of a science unit. Students researched types of cloud formations and illustrated altocumulus and cirrocumulus clouds using cotton balls. Poems were written from weather related words like hail and sleet. Pictured from Mary Ryan’s class are Austin Quinn, Antonio Tassone, Floyd Haywood, Luis Piscitelli and Cheyanna Dorr.
Students in Exceptional Education at Oswego County BOCES recently created a display of wind and cloud systems as part of a science unit. Students researched types of cloud formations and illustrated altocumulus and cirrocumulus clouds using cotton balls. Poems were written from weather related words like hail and sleet. Pictured from Mary Ryan’s class are Austin Quinn, Antonio Tassone, Floyd Haywood, Luis Piscitelli and Cheyanna Dorr.
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