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CSI experiments at Pine Ridge Middle School

See larger Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer explains the process of using chromatography to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff

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Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer explains the process of using chromatography to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments. David Albers/ Staff

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  • Sixth-grader Lexy Cooper, 12, performs a chromatography experiment to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff
  • Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer explains the process of using chromatography to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff
  • Sixth-grader Matthew Wright, 11, performs a chromatography experiment to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff
  • Sixth-grader Lexy Cooper, 12, compares the results of a chromatography experiment to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff
  • Sixth grade science teacher Pauline Shaefer explains the process of using chromatography to solve a dog kidnapping mystery at Pine Ridge Middle School on Thursday, Oct. 15 2009, in Naples. Shaefer received a $750 grant from Macy's Department Store through The Education Foundation's Connect with a Classroom program to do CSI-style experiments.  David Albers/ Staff

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