MICHIGAN CITY | Carcus Chemical recently visited 6th through 8th graders at St. Paul. Ken Pisarczyk and Tom Bastian shared some chemical experiments with the kids. They made smoke rings and taught the kids how to insert a pointed stick through a balloon without popping it! The highlight of the assembly was working with nitrogen!
Principal, Shebna Lacher said, “This was an assembly that will help get the students excited about Science and could possibly lead to careers in that field one day.”
Carus Corporation is the world’s largest producer of potassium permanganate, which is used mainly in environmental applications: to improve the quality of drinking water, to treat municipal and industrial wastewater, in air purification systems, and in groundwater remediation. Exciting young students and increasing their interest in science and engineering is one goal of Carus Corporation’s extensive educational outreach.
St. Paul Lutheran School, as a mission outreach of St. Paul Lutheran Church, commits itself to:
• Provide Christ centered quality education
• Develop individual worth and gifts
• Promote Christian living and service
• Nurture a partnership between church, school and family
• ..So that all may know God's love and grow in faith.