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Students in David Lillard's AP Biology class test a sample of water containing algae to determine the secchi depth as part of an ecology unit at Glacier High School on Wednesday, April 21. Secchi depth is the depth of water beyond which a high-contrast pattern on a submerged disk is no longer visible. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Algae Alive! Innovative science project engages students during pandemic
May 19, 2021 midnight

Algae Alive! Innovative science project engages students during pandemic

As schools shut down and students were quarantined during the pandemic, educators such as Glacier High School science teacher David Lillard sought ways to give students a hands-on experience whether they were at school or at home.