Four of our fifth grade students who attend our SEARCH program were given Honorable Mention in the Toshiba Exploravision Contest for their Eco-Gen project. Their project was considered to be among the top 10% of all entries this year. SEARCH is a Huntington district-based program offered to our 5th and 6th grade students who qualify to participate in weekly lessons on STEM and other areas of academic enrichment. The Eco-Gen project was created by Chelsea S., Rima C., Lily W., and Hadley A. as an alternative energy source for homes. By turning compost into energy, people can power their homes for daily activities with the Eco-Gen. Innovation and creativity, along with continued lessons and exposure to our STEM curriculum, allows our students to learn and explore various ways to change and improve the world around them! Congratulations to our Fifth Grade students!