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St. Luke School opens science lab with gift

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Standing around a model of the human torso and a controlled habitat for baby shrimp, students, teachers and administrators from the St. Luke School dedicated their first science lab on Thursday, February 2.

Made possible by an anonymous $100,000 gift acquired through the Archdiocese of New York, the lab, which includes microscopes, a projector and a cabinet full of equipment for various experiments, should open up a new academic world to the more than 300 students at the pre-K-to-8 school in Mott Haven, officials said.

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