Locations: High School

Courtland High School, Spotsylvania County Schools – Spotsylvania

2012 Attendance: 1200 Event Highlights: AP environmental science students from Courtland High School prepared and completed activities to involve all Courtland High School students in Odyssey Day on November 7th. Students created ideas such as “Green Out” to wear green, “Cotton Day” to wear cotton, and “Walk, Bike, or Carpool …

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H B Swofford Career Center – Inman

2012 Attendance: 65 Event Highlights: Automotive mechanical students at HB Swofford Career Center had the opportunity to learn about alternative fuel technologies in vehicles. Students had the opportunity to see a Toyota Prius, provided by Dave Edwards Toyota, inspect the motor and working parts of the car and ask questions. …

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Albuquerque Public Schools, Madison Middle School – Albuquerque

2012 Attendance: 775 Event Highlights: The Science Club at Madison Middle School displayed fuel cell model cars, electric bicycles and an electric tricycle during two lunch periods for all fellow students. Participating organization Melloy Nissan displayed a Leaf, and the Public Service Company of New Mexico presented a bicycle-powered generator …

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Wildwood Middle School, Shenandoah Junction

2014 Event Highlights: Wildwood Middle School students compared electric and hybrid cars, discussed the increasing choices they will have when they begin driving and make their first car purchase, and considered energy sources for electric cars. Contact: Carolyn Thomas, Site Coordinator email • (304) 728-1988 • Host Page 2012 Sponsors/Partners: coming …

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Health Sciences High and Middle College

2012   Attendance: 50-60 Event Highlights: Health Sciences High and Middle College’s Odyssey event included engaging classroom curriculum and interactive booths for students to learn about alternative energy.  Teachers from all science disciplines taught lessons on alternative energy in order to prepare their students for the Odyssey event.  The lunchtime …

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