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  • Students Answer Monarch Challenge Question # 2:
    How do the students of Escuela Primerio Pedro Ascencio say monarchs should be protected?

    From NEW YORK:
    Ms. Lobb's 5th period class from Hudson Falls Middle School, Hudson Falls, New York answers:

    • 1. No bright lights
    • 2. No burning down trees
    • 3. No throwing branches
    • 4. Don't scare them when they are drinking water
    • 5. Don't be noisy when you approach them.
    Hudson Falls Middle School (hfmiddle@global2000.net)

    From NEW YORK:
    Ms. Lobb's Period 6 science class from Hudson Falls Middle School, Hudson Falls, New York answers:

    • 1. Don't start fires next to them
    • 2. No killing
    • 3. Don't knock down their trees
    • 4. Don't scare them when they are drinking water
    • 5. Don't make noise

    From: VERMONT:
    At Ferrisburgh Central School, Ferrisburgh, Vermont, most of our students speak French as their second language, but we do have one sixth grade girl, Sciarra who can speak Spanish. She translated for us that the

    • students said:
    • - Don't light fires near them.
    • - Don't kill them.
    • - No throwing sticks.
    • - Don't scare them when they are drinking water.
    • - Don't be noisy around them.
    Linda Thurber (lthurfer@pop.k12.vt.us)

    From COLORADO:
    How do the students of Escuela Primerio Pedro Ascencio say monarchs should be protected?

    • * Don't start fires close to them.
    • *Don't kill them.
    • *Don't cut down trees.
    • *Don't scare them when they're drinking water.
    • *Don't make loud noises.
    --from Ms. McIntosh's 2nd and 3rd grade class at Coal Creek Elementary in Louisville, Colorado.-- Sara E. McIntosh (mcintoss@bvsd.k12.co.us)

    From ONTARIO:
    Our grade four class thinks the students of Escuela Primerio Pedro Ascencio say monarchs should be protected by:

    • 1. Don't start fires near them.
    • 3. Don't cut down trees for an unnecessary reason.
    • 4. Don't disturb them when they are drinking water.
    • 5. Don't be noisy around butterflies.
    from Jack Callaghan Public School, Lindsay, ON (44.225N, 78.445W) jcps Journey-North (jcps.Journey-North@fc.vcbe.edu.on.ca)

    From COLORADO:
    We translated the message from the students of Escuala primerip Pedro Ascencio and learned the ways they think monarchs can be protected.

    • 1.Don't put fire beside them
    • 2. Don't kill them
    • 3. Don't throw trees at them
    • 4. Don't scare tham when they are drinking water
    • 5. Don't make noise
    Joanna Guiterrez, Bianca Diaz, Conrad Luethy, Nick Highfield and Amanda Salfiti
    Angevine Middle School, Lafayette, CO

    From: MINNESOTA:
    The students of Escuela Primerio Pedro Ascensio say:

    • Don't make fires close by.
    • Don't kill them.
    • Don't cut trees.
    • Don't scare them when drinking water.
    • Don't make noise.
    SHENNEMUTH@LIND.mpls.k12.mn.us

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