Super Saturday program at Ptarmigan Elementary

Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Trinity Brito looks at the gooey liquid she made with polymers in an activity led by Stacey Brennan. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Keandre Glace, center, watches a rocket fly behind Ptarmigan Elementary School Saturday. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Sonny Fungchenpen makes a Yup'ik-style mask of a lynx. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Lucas Warner prepares to test his rocket. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Nyamat Thor works with polymers. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Tyler Beardsley helps students create rockets to launch with compressed air. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Trinity Brito looks at the gooey liquid she made with polymers in an activity led by Stacey Brennan. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Keandre Glace, center, watches a rocket fly behind Ptarmigan Elementary School Saturday. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Sonny Fungchenpen makes a Yup'ik-style mask of a lynx. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Lucas Warner prepares to test his rocket. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Nyamat Thor works with polymers. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Tyler Beardsley helps students create rockets to launch with compressed air. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Trinity Brito looks at the gooey liquid she made with polymers in an activity led by Stacey Brennan. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Keandre Glace, center, watches a rocket fly behind Ptarmigan Elementary School Saturday. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Sonny Fungchenpen makes a Yup'ik-style mask of a lynx. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Lucas Warner prepares to test his rocket. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Nyamat Thor works with polymers. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
Marc Lester / Anchorage Daily News Tyler Beardsley helps students create rockets to launch with compressed air. Ptarmigan Elementary School hosted students in the Anchorage School District's gifted education program for a variety of fun and educational activities on Saturday, February 9, 2013. The "Super Saturday" program focused on providing enrichment and motivation for students in economically disadvantaged areas of the city. About 150 students chose from 16 activities such as making rockets, Yupik masks, healthy snacks and sticky goo. About 30 teachers from across the district volunteered to run the program.
Marc Lester
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