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■Class discussion: What other sea life is threatened by climate change, loss of habitat or overfishing? Just how much of the world’s wildlife is considered endangered? Do you expect to see many species to go extinct during your lifetime? What are some of the species that human beings have hunted to extinction over the past thousands of years? Could the continued loss of wildlife threaten our own well-being? Do you ever wonder if humanity faces extinction? Why or why not?
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Step onto any school campus and you'll feel its energy. Each school is turbocharged with the power of young minds, bodies, hearts and spirits.
Here on the Western Slope, young citizens are honing and testing their skills to take on a rapidly changing world. Largely thanks to technology, they are in the midst of the most profound seismic shift the world has ever seen.
Perhaps no time in our history has it been more important to know what our youth are thinking, feeling and expressing.
The Sentinel is proud to spotlight some of their endeavors. Read on to see how some thoroughly modern students are helping learners of all ages connect with notable figures of the past.
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