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PHOTOS: St. Matthew's School kids set sail on Foy's Lake with their cardboard boat creations

by CASEY KREIDER, Daily Inter Lake
| June 10, 2022 4:30 PM

As part of St. Matthew's School's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct cardboard crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10.

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Vinnie Francischetty, left, and second-grader Blaine Bubar paddle their homemade cardboard boat around Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Ember Reed paddles her homemade cardboard boat into Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Carter Borges paddles his homemade cardboard boat into Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Vinnie Francischetty, left, and second-grader Blaine Bubar paddle their homemade cardboard boat around Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Vinnie Francischetty, left, and second-grader Blaine Bubar prepare to set sail in their homemade cardboard boat in Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School students Charlotte Barber and Madison Straus launch their homemade cardboard boat into Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Victor Gomes paddles his homemade cardboard boat around Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School fourth-grader Camden Ottosen paddles his and teammate Zeke Christianson's homemade cardboard boat into Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Vinnie Francischetty, left, and second-grader Blaine Bubar paddle their homemade cardboard boat around Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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St. Matthew's School first-grader Carter Borges paddles his homemade cardboard boat into Foy's Lake on Friday, June 10. As part of St. Matthew's Jump Into Summer Science Program hosted by teacher Susie Rainwater, 47 students in grades 1-5 used applied science and math concepts to construct their crafts and test their buoyancy in the waters of Foy's Lake. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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