10th Grade designing their own water filters
The 10th grade has spent the last few weeks studying water filtration and the devastating water crisis in Flint, Michigan. After researching both the political and environmental problems in Flint, students investigated how water becomes contaminated. Now, students are designing their own water filters out of recycled materials, and thinking about how to prevent more crises in the future.
Above: Mr. Hauger teaches students how metal corrodes in water.
Below: Sophomores travel to the Philadelphia Water Works Museum to learn about Philly’s water filtration.