Photo courtesy of HUSDWestern Center Academy senior Tanner Packham used a telescope and placed a piece of paper a couple feet away from the eyepiece, so the image could be projected onto the paper for safe viewing. ■ by HUSD / Contributed Fun and engaging activities are important to create a love of learning. Western Center Academy staff used the recent solar eclipse as a teaching tool about various viewing techniques and safety tips. Here in Hemet, we only saw a partial eclipse, but that didn’t stop staff from creating a day for students to further their knowledge about solar eclipses. Leading up to the solar eclipse, students spent a lot
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