is receiving two tickets to visit either COSI, the Great Lakes Science Center,
or the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and Science,” she says, adding that
“through a partnership with the Duke Energy Foundation, we are very luck to
provide the teachers of each winning student with an iPad to be used in their
there were nearly 3,000 entries in this year’s contest and many creative ideas
in the students’ writings.
“Some that we received most frequently were about robots that could eat or clean
up trash or litter. We also had a number of students suggest creating a
water-powered car that would be powered by water, but could also run on the
road or in water.”
Each year a
booklet of the winning essays is published, which will be available soon.
Foundation is based in Nelsonville and serves eastern and southern Ohio, from
Ashtabula to Batavia. Learn more at www.appalachianohio.org