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The eclipse takes Tupelo

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On August 21st, 2017 Tupelo High School students left the classroom to view a once in a lifetime experience. Thanks to a generous donation from McDonalds every student and employee in the entire Tupelo school district was allowed to view the Eclipse through safety glasses. This opportunity  allowed students to have a unique and unforgettable experience.

 

 

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Seniors: Will Edwards and Carter Halbert view the eclipse through their solar eclipse glasses

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Mrs. Lumsden enjoys looking at the eclipse

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Mr. Wallace shows off his eclipse glasses

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Leanna Long, junior

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Grace Hurst, Junior

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Solar eclipse happens on August 21, 2017. McDonald’s corporation provided solar eclipse glasses to all students at Tupelo High

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Mrs. Magruder

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Juniors: Alex Hodge, Lucy Dexter, Sydney Hughes show off their solar eclipse glasses!

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