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- Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star Brett Rikstad, Cadence Sninsky and Nevaeh Brown, second graders at Stewartsville Elementary, put their ski slope to the test. The students were building ski slopes out of recycled materials for a project designed to bring together the Winter Olympics, engeering and math. Each slope had to be three feet tall with four turns.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star  Brett Rikstad, Cadence Sninsky and Nevaeh Brown, second graders at Stewartsville Elementary, put their ski slope to the test.  The students were building ski slopes out of recycled materials for a project designed to bring together the Winter Olympics, engeering and math.  Each slope had to be three feet tall with four turns.
- Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star Ethan Stokes, a second grader at Stewartsville Elementary, fine tunes his ski slope for the Chinese team. The students were building ski slopes out of recycled materials for a project designed to bring together the Winter Olympics, engeering and math. Each slope had to be three feet tall with four turns.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Norwin Star  Ethan Stokes, a second grader at Stewartsville Elementary, fine tunes his ski slope for the Chinese team.  The students were building ski slopes out of recycled materials for a project designed to bring together the Winter Olympics, engeering and math.  Each slope had to be three feet tall with four turns.

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By Norwin Star
Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, 2:45 p.m.
 

Students at Stewartsville Elementary School built ski slopes out of recycled material for a project designed to bring together the Winter Olympics, engineering and math.

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