Help this whipping, nae nae-ing local school win $100,000

Source:Brookville Intermediate School

Source: Brookville Intermediate School

A local school has high tech dreams and needs your help.

Brookville Intermediate School is in the running for one of five grant prizes of up to $100,000 for a new science, technology, engineering and math center as part of the Northrop Grumman Foundation’s Fab School Lab Competition.

Students and staff even put together a scien-tastic music video to Silentó’s “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)“to drive that point home. It is pretty cute. 

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Here’s where you come in: the school needs you to cast a vote in its favor on its Facebook page on Friday, Nov. 20.

DO IT!

Source:Brookville Intermediate School

Source: Brookville Intermediate School

About 200 middle schools from around the nation applied to be part of the competition. With the help of an essay and two-minute video, Brookville made the cut and is now among 20 semifinalists.

“The vision for Brookville is to create a state-of-the-art design studio that contains robotics equipment, science kits, microscopes and other learning tools and provides a designated space for our students to learn. That’s what a Fab Lab is,” Brookville STEM teacher Katie Henry said in a press release. “Students will be able to create using art and technology.”

Source:Brookville Intermediate School

Source: Brookville Intermediate School

 

 


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