Each kit contained a build-your-own-windmill activity, a donated shirt to repurpose into a reusable shopping bag, materials to build a LED night light, and an energy scavenger hunt to help students and their families identify where they use energy in their homes and techniques on how to reduce that energy consumption. In addition to the classroom activities, the kit included other energy and climate resources and information for parents to review.
It’s never too early to get into neuroscience. Or, at least, that’s what Monticello High School senior Rachel Field thinks.
Students at Jackson P. Burley Middle School and Leslie H. Walton Middle School walk to collect cans for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.