Trust the Torch!

‘Real world projects’: WHS students tackle solar energy, pedestrian issues as engineering challenges

Woodstock High School students (from left) Natalie Morrow, Kierstin Carey, Jamahl Mumford, and Ashtin White make a presentation to city and state leaders on Dec. 20 about using solar energy to power a Woodstock wastewater plant. (D-200 photo)
For their semester final, Woodstock High School Project Lead the Way students presented their big ideas to a panel of government leaders – proposals to power Woodstock’s wastewater treatment plant […]
Subscribe or Login to continue reading this quality article by The Woodstock Independant

Start a free trial, then pay only $6 per month after


Keep Exploring

Comments on social media have not been especially kind to the new “branding” tools rolled out recently by the city of Woodstock. As Deputy Mayor Darri…
Groundhog Days is one of those events where The Woodstock Independent’s reporters and photographers share our hometown news with beat reporters from a…

Subscriber Access