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A Win for Energy Efficiency!

Update (May 2, 2013): We won! The Grand Prize!  National Grid will be giving us $2500 to help make our school more energy efficient. In addition, our middle school students will get a visit this spring from Andrew Ference of the Boston Bruins!  We couldn’t be more excited. Read on to check out the entry that won — a video made by our very own Global Leaders Club.

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Sad EarthThe Global Leaders Club is a small but mighty group of 5th – 7th grade students who are working to take action on global issues. They recently entered the Energy Efficiency Face-Off Challenge! Students made the video below during our after school time on Mondays. They are trying to convince National Grid to give our school a grant to make our school more energy efficient.

BikeAs you’ll see in the video, they came up with several realistic ideas that would help Innovation Academy families save on gas usage. Even if we don’t win the money, these ideas are too good to let slip away. Do you agree? Do you have any resources to help us make them happen? Whether or not we “win” the contest, don’t you think the Global Leaders Club have made a dent in moving towards a more energy efficient school?

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9 thoughts on “A Win for Energy Efficiency!

  1. Anna S. on said:

    Hooray for the Global Leaders Club and Energy Efficiency!!!! 😀

  2. Lovinia on said:

    I am so excited to see whether we get the grant!

  3. Anna S. on said:

    YES!!!!!!!!!! YES!!!!!!!!! YES YES YES YES YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    WE WON THE GRAND PRIZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    😀 😀 😀 😀

  4. Emily L, O'Connor on said:

    yay this is so good! I really like the ideas you guys have!

  5. Elissa on said:

    Congratulations! Well deserved!

  6. Dave & Robin on said:

    CONGRADS CONGRADS CONGRADS. We are very proud of our IACS Global Leaders. Thank you for saving our earth.

  7. Melissa Kapeckas on said:

    Congratulations! So proud of your hard work for our school and the Earth!

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