Campus creek's their lab; Young scientists test waters
There aren't many ninth-grade science students more enthusiastic than Claire Robertson. If there is any drawback to the 14-year-old's current science project, it is, on occasion, the enthusiasm it foments. "Unfortunately," she said, "I've started striking up conversations with my friends about water quality." Robertson and her classmates at Sri Atmananda Memorial School are spending the year figuring out what's in the water in Waller Creek, which runs through their private campus in Hyde Park.