The 2016/2017 Panasonic Student Eco Picture Diary Challenge winners have been announced!
Over 100 New Jersey Classrooms in grades 4- 8 had the opportunity to learn about how to protect the environment and then student teams had to take actions to make the world more environmentally friendly.
Winners included: Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, Bayonne, NJ, Student Team: Ciera Miller, Jaelynn Barrios, Isabella Colaj, Fayth Harrison and Teacher: Larissa Drennan; Joseph H. Brensinger School, Jersey City, NJ, Student Team: Michelle Magos, Chaimaa Aknouche, Kiara Calderon, Bibi Lopez-Zuniga and Teacher: Ahmed Hassanein; Thomas Edison Energysmart School, Somerset, NJ, Student Team: Ananya Ivaturi, Anika Parthiban, Sriya Sadhu, Udgita Pamidigantam and Teacher: Mehmet Yaramis.
All winners were awarded with a luncheon, tour and prizes at Panasonic North America Headquarters on June 14, 2017.
Congrats to the winners and those who participated!
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“We had a great learning experience. What’s really neat to see it the impact the lessons, research, and learning has had on the students. They are interested in more, as well as they continue to share what they did at home that was more enviro“Lead2Feed is the most rewarding program I have been involved in during my entire career.”
“We had a great learning experience. What’s really neat to see it the impact the lessons, research, and learning has had on the students. They are interested in more, as well as they continue to share what they did at home that was more environmentally friendly.”
(Panasonic Student Eco Citizenship Program)
“Through Lead 2 Feed, I have learned that when you organize people together, you can impact far more than previously thought possible. I have learned not only how to make a difference, not only how to lead others to do the same, but that making a difference is possible, no matter who you are and where you are.”
“We appreciate initiatives such as this that aid our students in understanding the world is bigger than their immediate surroundings. It is also a wonderful example to our students that there are caring individuals and companies that are willing to invest in the future by presenting opportunities such as these.”
(Office Depot Dream UP! Program)