Attention K-12 Educators and Students
The OSU Wooster Campus (OARDC and ATI) will be home to the fifth annual Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 from 11:30 am 6:30 pm. This festival will celebrate, educate and demonstrate that
Green is for Life!
The Fair is a great opportunity for students to demonstrate their talent and creativity. Students can compete in various categories and win prizes. Individual students, student teams, student clubs, and classes may compete in any of the following competitions:
Creative Art Competition (Grades 1 - 5 and 7 - 8)
Informational Poster (All grades)
Persuasive Essay (Grade 6)
Environmental Stewardship Essay Competition (Grades 11 - 12)
Solar Boat Race (Grades 9 - 12 )
Attention Teachers, please click on your grade below for detailed information.
Every project will be awarded a first, second or third place ribbon. Certificates will be given to every student who participates in the fair.Winners of the solar boat race and essay competition will be announced following the boat race.
Free to the public, the fair will feature exhibits, demonstrations, companies, artisans, entertainers, and food vendors in a fun-filled indoor/outdoor environment. There are no fees to enter in a competition. See below for more resources. Please share this opportunity with others.
Please download, complete and return the registration form by March 1, 2012 and submit your completed entries by April 10, 2012.
Please contact Nancy Thompson at 330.264.4543 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Mr. James Duxbury at 330-682-4661 or email@example.com or Ruth Vandersall at 330-857-6903 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional information.
Ohio State University, Collegeof Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
OSU-OARDC, OSU-ATI, and
Sustainable Energy Network OSU Extension Wayne County
www.rprogress.org What's your footprint? Climate justice, campus action
www.need.org The National Energy Education Development Project. Putting energy into education: Innovative programs
www.ohioenergy.org Ohio Energy Project. The complete energy education picture to empower students to be educated leaders of an energy responsible society
www.pickocc.org Office of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel. Education Sites.
www.ClimateChangeEducation.org K-12, college and university resources for educators on global warming, climate change and solutions.
www.ran.org Rainforest Action Network. Resources for activists & educators.
www.ran.org/Rainforestheroes Elementary School. For kids and teachers.
www.ran.org/ryse Youth Sustaining the Earth
email@example.com "The Green Energy Machine" Wayne County Sustainable Energy Network, 1022 Heyl Rd, Wooster, OH 44691; Tel. 330-262-1984, ext. 211; Fax: 330-263-4829
www.kilowattours.org One hour documentary on climate change.
www.kilowattours.org/curriculum Includes Kilowatt Ours Challenge, Home Energy Assessment, School Energy Assessment, Kilowatt Counter to report results. Youth Initiative Program, Jennifer Barrie, Youth Initiative Director, Kilowatt Ours,
P.O. Box 60322, Nashville, TN 37206. Ph. 615-429-0739
Broda, Herbert. Schoolyard-Enhanced Learning: Using the Outdoors as an Instructional Tool, K-8. Stenhouse Publishers, 2007. Available from www.stenhouse.com or www.amazon.com.
Dr. Jim Maloney and/or Vernon Sproat, Faculty, Fuel Cell Technology, Stark State College,
North Cantonwill speak to classes on fuel cell technology, alternative energy, and emerging
technology and can bring a demonstration. www.StarkState.edu, 330-966-5461, Ext. 4292.
Fax 330-966-6585. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.