Churchill Environmental students attend saws conference
Students from Churchill High School participated in the 2nd annual SAWS Confluence summit. Churchill students created a water project that helped to bring awareness of the problem created when grease is placed down our sewer lines.
The young environmentalists displayed posters, passed out fliers, and shared video clips that they created. Students shared their findings about grease with their fellow peers and had an opportunity to listen to the mayor speak about water conservation for our city.
Overall, the Churchill Environmental Students did a fantastic job of sharing their projects with those who participated at the event.
Churchill Environmental Students gather around Mayor Julian Castro at the SAWS Confluence summit
Posted on Feb. 26, 2013