Our sophomore and senior STEM students competed in the KidWind Challenge held at the Cradle of Aviation. The KidWind Challenge encourages students to learn about wind energy, how it works, and how it can be used to help to make the world less dependent on fossil fuels for the production of electricity. Students came to the challenge with their wind turbines and put them to the test. They presented their designs to the judges and tested the turbines using large fans to see the amount of energy they produced.
St. Dominic took home both first and second place in the high school division of the competition! Overall, students had a fun day competing and exploring the museum.