From left, teachers Karen Kasych, Holly Stout, Sandra Walsh, Mark Petitjean and Tim Chase watch Aug. 7, 2014, as Kasych launches a water-pressured rocket they made as part of a course on rocketry at the Summer Institute at Bluffton High School. The institute is a three-day intensive training program for teachers sponsored by the Beaufort County School District.
From left, teachers Karen Kasych, Holly Stout, Sandra Walsh, Mark Petitjean and Tim Chase watch Aug. 7, 2014, as Kasych launches a water-pressured rocket they made as part of a course on rocketry at the Summer Institute at Bluffton High School. The institute is a three-day intensive training program for teachers sponsored by the Beaufort County School District. Staff
From left, teachers Karen Kasych, Holly Stout, Sandra Walsh, Mark Petitjean and Tim Chase watch Aug. 7, 2014, as Kasych launches a water-pressured rocket they made as part of a course on rocketry at the Summer Institute at Bluffton High School. The institute is a three-day intensive training program for teachers sponsored by the Beaufort County School District. Staff

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