Environmental School Goes to the Rogue River! Data-collecting remote-controlled boats, aquatic critters, and more!

//Environmental School Goes to the Rogue River! Data-collecting remote-controlled boats, aquatic critters, and more!

65 WMAES students (mostly freshmen) headed to the Rogue River in downtown Rockford in May to test custom-made data-collecting remote-controlled boats, race oranges & watercraft, investigate aquatic critters, test water quality, and scope-out local birds.

Big shout-out to Shawn Wessell, Leanne DeYoung, Cam Smith, and Lauren Beuving for chaperoning and helping make this day a huge success! We went out with the mission of getting our kids engaged with hands-on out-of-door activities and to celebrate the engineering challenges they’ve put a lot of heart into over the past several weeks.

-Mr. Barrett, Science Dept. Head

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