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NEED Announces partnership for New Children’s Book Featuring 26 Energy Superheroes

August 6th, 2021|

The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project is pleased to announce a new partnership with award-winning children’s book authors Erin Twamley and Joshua Sneideman. Together, this innovative partnership anticipates sharing the careers, stories, and superpowers of 26 female energy superheroes who are powering our planet with teachers and students across the US.

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Memorial Day is next Monday, May 30th and tends to be a day when many take to the road and travel. Engage in NEED's suite of Transportation resources in your classroom!shop.need.org/collections/transportation ... See MoreSee Less

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Memorial Day is next Monday, May 30th and tends to be a day when many take to the road and travel.  

Engage in NEEDs suite of Transportation resources in your classroom!

https://shop.need.org/collections/transportation

Shoutout to Villa Del Rey Creative Sciences and Arts Magnet School and NEED teacher Melissa Gasperecz for being a 2022 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School! 🤩The Green Ribbon Schools are honored for their "innovative efforts to reduce environmental impact and utility costs, improve health and wellness, and ensure effective sustainability education."www.ed.gov/news/press-releases/schools-districts-and-postsecondary-institutions-honored-2022-us-d... ... See MoreSee Less

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We are so honored to have Ms. Gasperecz and all of her amazing talents at our school!

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Congratulations for your hard work and commitment to learning and teaching your school and community! Enjoy participating in the Youth Energy Conference and Awards in DC!!🎉

Congratulations!!! Well done, students and teachers!

Congratulations to Mrs. Lyons & our 4th-6th grade students on winning the The NEED Project awards for outstanding energy education projects! Our 4th & 5th grade students won for their project: Renewton. Grade 5 combined their energy efficient solar houses with Grade 4’s Windmills to make a renewable energy village. Grade 6 won for their project: Plastic Extractinators, where they made motorized vehicles from recycled bottles to pick up plastic from water. Based on these projects, MAA was selected as Massachusetts Junior School of the Year (grades 6-8) and Massachusetts Elementary School of the Year (grades 3-5). A group of students & their parents will attend the NEED Youth Energy Conference and Awards in Washington, D.C. in June. We look forward to them representing the MAA community! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Mrs. Lyons & our 4th-6th grade students on winning the The NEED Project  awards for outstanding energy education projects! Our 4th & 5th grade students won for their project: Renewton. Grade 5 combined their energy efficient solar houses with Grade 4’s Windmills to make a renewable energy village. Grade 6 won for their project: Plastic Extractinators, where they made motorized vehicles from recycled bottles to pick up plastic from water. Based on these projects, MAA was selected as Massachusetts Junior School of the Year (grades 6-8) and Massachusetts Elementary School of the Year (grades 3-5). A group of students & their parents will attend the NEED Youth Energy Conference and Awards in Washington, D.C. in June. We look forward to them representing the MAA community!

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Congratulations on the wonderful achievement!

Congratulations to everyone 👍

Amazing accomplishment - congratulations!

Congratulations!

Wonderful what an honor

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