During a recent sunny afternoon, Janine Weber’s fourth grade class at Roanoke Avenue Elementary School ventured outside to test circuits that they designed as part of a science lesson. The circuits used solar energy to power up light bulbs. Photos courtesy of Riverhead Central School District

Fourth grade students from Roanoke Avenue Elementary School tested their knowledge of science and circuits and designed their own electric circuits.

The students in Janine Weber’s classroom designed circuits that used solar energy to power the light bulbs. The students went outside to test their designs and see if they were successful.

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