The 2017 Roadshow kicked-off at Stinesville Elementary School
this week with students grades 3-5 learning about energy conservation and renewable energy resources!
Thank you to Duke Energy
for providing a grant for $2,760 to help fund the 2017 Solar, Wind & Watts Roadshow
. The Roadshow teaches young students about renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power, through engaging hands-on activities and demonstrations.
This spring our teachers are AP Environmental students from Edgewood High School, who will be visiting 3rd-5th grade classrooms in the Richland-Bean Blossom Community School
Corporation throughout the semester.
An elementary student reads a kilowatt meter to learn about the energy consumption of household appliances
We are also looking forward to teaming up with Harmony School and Bloomington High School South Environmental Science students to continue the program in MCCSC.