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Grade 7 Students Present Case to SC City Council for Better Anti-pollution Curb Signs

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Six grade 7 students from St. Margaret’s presented their case for better anti-pollution curb signs to San Clemente City Council members last week as part of the student’s QuikSCience Challenge project, a competition co-sponsored by Quicksilver and University of Sothern California.

After the meeting, the student’s returned to class and began crafting a plan of action to propose new San Clemente curb stencils, including a possible art contest. Additionally, the students are coming up with a robotic system to filter out oil in the ocean from oil spills.

Click here to read The Orange County Register article.

 

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