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Calder Mercury Fountain

Courtesy of Atlas Obscura:

“Mercury, also known as quicksilver, is a beautiful, mirror-skinned metal that is liquid at room temperature. Unfortunately, it is also extremely toxic.

For many years, the world’s greatest source of mercury were the mines at Almadén, Spain, which produced some 250,000 metric tons of mercury over nearly...Read More »


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Gaona_Lauralea Grate_Justus

Mrs. Gaona

Mr. Grate

Extension 300

lgaona@pgusd.org

Extension 231

jgrate@pgusd.org

Honors Social Studies
Government
AP American Government/Economics
World History
AP World History
powers_dan Stienback_Shane

Mr. Powers

Mr. Steinback

Extension 284

dpowers@pgusd.org

Extension 303

ssteinback@pgusd.org

U. S. History
AP U. S. History
Geography
Economics
Government
morgan_chris

Mr. Morgan

 Extension 298
Geography
World History
U. S. History