On March 23 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. the Winnebago Middle School and High School will be hosting an Energy Fair in the Middle School Cafeteria and Middle School Gym. The Energy Fair will be showcasing students' projects they have completed using the fundamentals of renewable energy and sustainable living. The Energy Fair is backed by the NEED (National Energy Education Development Project) Foundation and ESP (Energizing Student Potential) grant. These parties have come together to conduct training for our educators and provide educational kits pertaining to energy for the teachers to use in their classroom.
Energy Expo Exhibits:
Tiffany Weber’s seventh grade students will be showing off these Energy Expo projects:
Seventh Grade students want to teach you about renewable and nonrenewable energy! We have created exhibits on energy sources, saving energy, and transportation fuels. View the exhibits and test your knowledge at our Energy Carnival Games or try out some hands-on activities!
David Stack’s classes will be showing off these projects at the Energy Expo:
The high school will be submitting 3 projects:
• Human Powered Washing Machine
• Human Powered Electric Generator
• Wind turbines converted from average household electronics
The junior high will be submitting 1 project:
• All in one hydroponic system