Congratulations to our Future City team who competed at the regional Future City Competition this past Saturday! This year, our team was tasked with choosing a threat to their city’s water supply and designing a resilient system to maintain a reliable supply of clean water. To answer these prompts, our students researched and developed Eventide: a Sustainable, Advanced, Floating City!
Our team won two awards - Best Moving Part, presented by the ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), Philadelphia Section, and Family-Friendly Neighborhoods, presented by the National Association of Women in Construction. Our students were also one of 8 teams asked to present in May to the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers, Delaware County Chapter. We are so proud of our four Future City students!
We thank our 5th-8th grade STEAM Partner, Philadelphia Electrical & Technology Charter High School, for providing these amazing opportunities for our students.