A part of the ocean floor that is more than 6,000 feet (more than 1,800 meters) below the surface waters. The greatest deep is the Marianas trench in the Pacific Ocean, about 36,000 feet (about 10,000 meters) down.

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Home from School? I am Reading AloudTuesday March 24, 2020

Home from School? I am Reading Aloud

What a strange time this is for many of us…..home from work and home from school. It is a big adjustment, and I know many of you are missing your friends and your normal routine. Still, it is wise to…

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