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MHS class holds video call with New Orleans students hit by Katrina

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Students held a Skype call with students in New Orleans as part of a unit on federalism in AP U.S. Government.

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As part of a unit on federalism, Mr. Bachman’s class held a video conference with students in a New Orleans school to discuss the impact of Hurricane Katrina and contrast it with the impact of Hurricane Sandy on Long Island.

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