Carlos Villa will spend the next six days teaching children about the fundamentals of science. Today he's teaching the wonder of light, keeping the children in awe of learning about science. Teachers say the children are really enjoying themselves and learning a lot.
Second grader Tyler Williamson said, "It's neat discovering rainbows and all about the sky and what you see."
Second grader Austin Williams said, "You learn about colors and science and how people make things, and how you can put a white light into a glass thing and make a rainbow."
Having someone from the National High Magnetic Laboratory is free for the school and gives children something more to look forward to when it comes to their daily science lessons.