Judging on Nov. 16th was all fun and games as our volunteer judges evaluated entries from 55 local area students. Congratulations to all the schools that entered! Place holders or not, the student entries earned points towards their totals competing for cash prizes to be awarded in May.
For High School students,Challenge 1 was the creation of a school-wide water conservation awareness campaign, documenting the steps taken and the production of a tri-fold poster illustrating its implementation.
For Middle School students, Challenge 1 was the production of a board game that would creatively inform elementary school students about water conservation and the water cycle.
High School winner:
Newark High School’s “Water vs. Environment” won first place. It is their inaugural year, and we are so pleased to have them join the Fairchild Challenge competition.
Middle School winner:
Watkins Memorial MS, also in their inaugural year, was awarded first place for “What Goes Up Must Go Down”. Their engaging essay earned many positive comments!