2018 MIDDLE SCHOOL WINNING TEAMS

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1st place winner: Hulstrom Middle School
Team: www.2018
Topic: Water Quality - Demonstrated importance of water quality and availability in remote parts of the world.

  2nd place winner: Louisville Middle School  Team: Chips & gWAC Topic: Solving Gender Inequality - A proposal to reduce the gender gap in schools.

2nd place winner: Louisville Middle School
Team: Chips & gWAC
Topic: Solving Gender Inequality - A proposal to reduce the gender gap in schools.

3rd place winner: Mackintosh Academy
Team: MACKAPONICS
Topic: Hunger/Food Security - The students have determined that aquaponics is a viable solution to the hunger issue in Puerto Rico.


2018 HIGH SCHOOL WINNING TEAMS

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  1st place winner: The Pembroke Hill Team Zola -   The Future is Fern   This week on "Shark Tank", a group of enthusiastic entrepreneurs will present their plan to establish nucleus farms in Kenya and Thailand that farm the Azolla fern, and then transform the crop into a biofertilizer that will help restore depleted soils and mitigate the effects of climate change

1st place winner: The Pembroke Hill
Team Zola - 
The Future is Fern
This week on "Shark Tank", a group of enthusiastic entrepreneurs will present their plan to establish nucleus farms in Kenya and Thailand that farm the Azolla fern, and then transform the crop into a biofertilizer that will help restore depleted soils and mitigate the effects of climate change

  2nd place winner -  THE pembroke hill SCHOOL - TEAM THE MATCHMAKERS: Love for the Future: The Search for Sustainable Solutions and Relationships.  Since first airing in 2002, ABC’s “The Bachelor” has captured the attention of millions with each passing season, as audiences are captivated by larger than life on-screen personalities, all vying for the attention of the infamous “one”. However, after receiving historically low ratings and a dismal IMDb score of 3.1/10, the producers of the show, in a lastditch effort to broaden their viewer base and boost ratings, have partnered with the Discovery Channel to revolutionize the Reality TV industry with an exclusive new program. ABC presents “Love for the Future”, where contestants can express their love for sustainability, and for once prove they’re capable of thinking about something other than their outfit for the rose ceremony.

2nd place winner -  THE pembroke hill SCHOOL - TEAM THE MATCHMAKERS: Love for the Future: The Search for Sustainable Solutions and Relationships.
Since first airing in 2002, ABC’s “The Bachelor” has captured the attention of millions with each passing season, as audiences are captivated by larger than life on-screen personalities, all vying for the attention of the infamous “one”. However, after receiving historically low ratings and a dismal IMDb score of 3.1/10, the producers of the show, in a lastditch effort to broaden their viewer base and boost ratings, have partnered with the Discovery Channel to revolutionize the Reality TV industry with an exclusive new program. ABC presents “Love for the Future”, where contestants can express their love for sustainability, and for once prove they’re capable of thinking about something other than their outfit for the rose ceremony.

  3RD PLACE WINNER - Cherokee Trail High SchooL - TEAM NAME WAC CATS # 1 -  Energy Ain’t No Game   The presentation’s theme is based on Jumanji in which each level is focused on a different form of energy in a unique region. As we progress through the game, a particular energy must be utilized as a means of “solving” each issue. The highest level is considered the most effective form of energy

3RD PLACE WINNER - Cherokee Trail High SchooL - TEAM NAME WAC CATS # 1 -  Energy Ain’t No Game
The presentation’s theme is based on Jumanji in which each level is focused on a different form of energy in a unique region. As we progress through the game, a particular energy must be utilized as a means of “solving” each issue. The highest level is considered the most effective form of energy