LACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

In November 15 of 2015, Lace Elementary School began operating its own solar station. The installation was provided by Renewable Energy Alternatives and Solar Star Foundation, and it is primarily used as a teaching tool. Students study data outputs, and also showcase what they’ve learned at community-based events. Lace Elementary School students participate in outreach events, and help the community understand how solar energy works. Having students learn about solar energy at such a young age is both an example to their peers and members of the community of what clean energy in action is all about. Lace Elementary School is incorporating solar studies into a number of classes across various disciplines.

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MARK DELAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

In December 15 of 2015, Mark DeLay Elementary School began operating its own solar station. The installation was provided by Renewable Energy Alternatives and Solar Star Foundation, and it is primarily used as a teaching tool. Students study data outputs, and also showcase what they’ve learned at community-based events. Mark DeLay Elementary School students participate in outreach events, and help the community understand how solar energy works. Having students learn about solar energy at such a young age is both an example to their peers and members of the community of what clean energy in action is all about. Mark DeLay Elementary School is incorporating solar studies into a number of classes across various disciplines.

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