Student Projects

  • fish program

    What happens if the ice melts? (Video)

    The students learned about the polar regions and life on the frozen land. At the end of the unit, the class learned about the melting ice in the polar regions and what it does to wildlife. The students made posters to demonstrate what they learned and how we can help the polar regions.     …

  • hare program

    Endangered Species

    Students were asked to research an endangered animal to find out where they live, what they eat, their population, and many other details about the animal. They were also asked to include information about what is making them endangered and what we can do to help. They then made a diorama for their animal and …

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    Trash Stats! – An Infographic About Garbage

    “Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted.” “There is enough plastic produced every year to encircle the world four times.” “Plastic takes 500-1000 years to break down!” – These are just a few of the statistics that the students of Youth 125 found …

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    Garbage Pollution and How it Affects the Planet

    Have you ever wondered where garbage goes once thrown away? We know it goes somewhere, but where? In truth, garbage goes everywhere – into the ground, into the air, and into the water. How does this affect the environment, animals, and our own health? For this project, each student was responsible for researching one of …

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    There’s No Such Thing as Garbage! – Upcycling Plastic Bottles

    Enough plastic is thrown away every year to encircle the earth 4 times, and a lot of that is from plastic bottles! Plastic is both detrimental to the environment and to our own health. In light of this, the students of Y115 found ways to reuse plastic water bottles so that they did not go …

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    Student Stream Presentation Night – “What Adults Can Learn From Kids.”

    After watching a TED talk by Adora Svitak, a pre-teen presenter and author, the students were asked to critique the content and delivery. The students were then asked to recreate an improved version of the presentation by exploring questions such as, What can adults learn from kids? How can adults best support kids? What should …