Middle School Students in Solar Car Competition

Posted on May 31, 2006  Comments (2)

Students work on solar car

Students vie in solar car competition (unfortunately the link has been broken – *sigh*) by Rob Seman:

That much was true for a squad of sixth grade girls from the Northwest Christian School in Newton, who allowed the school to keep the competition’s top trophy for a second year.

Their racer, a sleek black-and-yellow aluminum number called “Yellow Stinger,” took the overall award for the annual event after placing second in the craftsmanship, innovation and technical merit categories.

Junior Solar Sprints web site

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