Toledo School for the Arts | STUDENT WATERSHED WATCH SUMMIT: Students Submit Winning Presentations
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Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments

PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release | November 8, 2019
Contact: Mary Pat McCarthy | 419.241.9155 ext. 1106

STUDENT WATERSHED WATCH
Students Summit Winning Presentations

The Student Watershed Watch involved nearly 1000 students in field work and analysis in the fall of 2019. More than 150 students from 10 classes were able to attend the Student Summit today (11/8/2019). Classes presented their results from a stage and a group of judges composed of people working in environmental sciences evaluated their work.

2019 Student Watershed Watch Awards
Best Overall Presentation
Westside Montessori

Most Informative Presentation
Wildwood Environmental Academy

Most Creative Presentation
Clay High School

Special Award: Future Professionals Award
Beverly Elementary

Special Award: Community Connection Award
Sylvania Northview High School

Special Award: Best Use of Technology
Ottawa Hills Elementary

Tabletop Displays
Best Overall. Northview High School
Most Informative. Toledo School for the Arts
Most Creative. West SideĀ  Montessori

 

Laura Doles
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