6th graders at C-FC test ocean gliders for National 4-H STEM Challenge

Mr. Holt’s 6th grade students at Cochrane-Fountain City Elementary participated in the 2022 National 4-H STEM Challenge on October 28, 2022. Students tested their model ocean robot gliders in test tanks of water using the scientific inquiry method just like the scientists at Rutgers University. Students used scales to weigh the density of their glider […]

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MCYC young people launch 4-H gliders in test tanks

Students at the Mondovi Community Youth Center after school program engaged in the National 4-H STEM Challenge on October 26, 2022. 4-H members at MCYC enjoyed transforming themselves into scientists — recording data and testing their ocean robot gliders. Students used scales to weigh the density of their glider and worked to ballast it in […]

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McCabe’s Mondovi 5th graders take National 4-H STEM Challenge

Mr. McCabe’s 5th grade students at Mondovi Elementary used science inquiry methods to engage in the 2022 National 4-H STEM Challenge on October 26, 2022. Students tested their model ocean robot gliders in test tanks of water just like the scientists in the field. Students used scales to weigh the density of their glider and […]

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Gilmanton students test their ocean gliders in test tanks

Students in Ms. Halverson’s 3rd and 4th grade class at Gilmanton elementary participated in the 2022 National 4-H STEM Challenge on October 20, 2022. Buffalo County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Annie Lisowski, led the inquiry and critical thinking challenge that asked students to test their ocean robot gliders in mini test tanks of water just […]

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4-H Stem Challenge- Explorers of the Deep with Glencoe Hustlers!

Members of the Glencoe Hustlers 4-H Club engaged in the National 4-H STEM Challenge as part of their 4-H club meeting on October 2, 2022. 4-H members enjoyed transforming themselves into ocean scientists and testing their ocean robot gliders. Youth and adults used scales to weigh the density of their glider and worked to ballast […]

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