Mystery Class Update: April 13, 2001
Today's Report Includes:
Time's Running Out!
Your Mystery Friends say they will be running out of clues in just one more week, and they wonder if you have figured out where they are? Take a look at their latest clues below. Are you any closer to uncovering their top secret locations yet? Good luck!
Next Friday, April 20, we'll send the final set of clues, along with important instructions on how to submit your Mystery Class answer. Teachers--see the important rules below for preparing your answer.
Note to Teachers: Important Rules For Preparing Your Answer
As Teachers you understand the importance of students carefully reading and following directions. Now it's your turn! In next week's update, we'll give you all the complete instructions for properly submitting your answer. In the meantime, we want to alert you to the following important rules in advance (we'll repeat them again next week):
This Week's Sunrise/Sunset Times
Thanks as always to your secret Mystery friends, who have once again faithfully sent in their sunrise/sunset data for you! Remember this information was recorded for Monday, the same day you collected your sunrise/sunset data.
Journey North Mystery Class
Data For: Monday, April 9, 2001
* Note: Military time is usually expressed without any punctuation. We have used a ":" between the hours and minutes for clarity.)
CLUES From Your Mystery Friends
MC#1: "More than 200 years ago, an earthquake destroyed much of our city."
MC#2: "Our country's government is led by a Prime Minister, but we also have a king-type leader too. Our Independence Day is August 31 and occurred almost 44 years ago. Our city is located at the confluence of 2 rivers."
MC#3: "Our country has one of the world's largest natural reserves of sea lions at an island within sight distance from our most popular summer resort-sometimes called the 'Monaco of the South'. Our city is situated at the mouth of one of the world's largest estuaries; though its waters are brownish, its name has to do with silver."
MC#4: "The Río Balsas, also known as Río Mescala, flows
along one of this state's borders and then it empties into the Pacific Ocean."
MC#6: "Our airport closed in 1959. In its time, many people landed
or took off from there including Captain Charles Lindbergh and Amy Johnson."
The Next Mystery Class Update Will be Posted on April 20, 2001
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