FWCS: CSI comes to Lane; Coke helps out – Correction

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Press releases from Fort Wayne Community Schools:

CSI comes to Lane

Eric Black, a retired Fort Wayne City Police Officer and current Latent Finger Print Examiner and Lead Crime Scene Investigator, will be engaging seventh=grade science students in a mock crime scene investigation. A pretend crime scene will be set up, and in small groups, students will have the opportunity to use their scientific inquiry skills to collect, analyze and interpret evidence in order to solve the crime, just as a real crime scene investigator would. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students that supports Lane’s goal of connecting students with real professionals and happenings in our community.

The investigations will be spread out over the course of seven Mondays, starting Monday, Oct. 5, during first period (8:20-9:12 a.m.)

And also:

Coke helps out at Waynedale and Harris

My apologies: this will be occurring on Wednesday, September 30th.

Coca-Cola employees will spend the morning at Waynedale and Harris elementary schools sprucing up
the landscaping and freshening up the paint. United Way of Allen County connected the company with
the schools to do work similar to what is done during the annual Day of Caring. Fort Wayne Community
Schools appreciates the help and support from Coca-Cola.

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