Students take a break to watch the eclipse

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Seven Oaks students are serious about their studies. But part of the purpose of those studies is to help them understand the world around them. Often learning begins with curiosity. That curiosity was piqued by the first total eclipse viewable across the U.S. since 1918. Students in grades 3-9 donned certified glasses so that they could watch the eclipse first-hand. Younger students watched a livestream from Nasa in their classrooms.