McDonogh’s seventh grade scientists may have their heads in the clouds but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Eileen Heady’s students have been studying types of clouds and the conditions required to form them. Recently, they completed a lab that investigated the three factors necessary for cloud formation—water vapor, cold temperatures, and condensation nuclei. Students were able to complete the lab in the comfort of their own kitchens, carrying over what they learned on campus to their virtual lessons. Check out this fun video of one student’s lab.