Community Power Sculpture

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In collaboration with Neighborhoods First, and through a LISC program grant, Crawford HS and City Heights/Colina Park students got creative while developing skills to aid them in educational and career pursuits. Students learned science, technology, engineering and math skills while they worked to generate designs and inventions of their own creation. This project has resulted in a sustainable energy learning model, in which students created a 9 foot tall solar-powered structure that examines the idea of power use in the community. The structure lights at night and when interacted with by people.

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