Saturday May 11, 2019 | Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin

This year over 160 students submitted Caring for our Watersheds written proposals outlining their project idea to help improve their watershed. Of those, ten student groups from across central and northern Alberta have been selected to be finalists. They will have 5 minutes to present their ideas to the judges and the audience at this final competition.

2019 FINALISTS

SchoolTitle Students
A. Blair McPherson SchoolCreating a Resilient WatershedHarman Panesar
Bashaw SchoolBuffalo Bins and Boat RinsesAleesa Morrison
Bashaw SchoolErosion TerminatorsTessa Morrison
Delia SchoolAnnual Watershed DayStefanie Nielsen, Piper Battle, Jacey Rassmussen
Ecole Secondaire Lacombe Composite High SchoolMicroclimate Spiral Herb GardenLinda Fisher, Nobiel Arsenal
Ecole Secondaire Lacombe Composite High SchoolOasis parkingQuinn Eberts
Laurier Heights SchoolVermiculture Bins in our SchoolsLauren Laplante, Cate Nicholson
Hay Lakes SchoolThe Write Way to RecycleDana Sych, Soren Skaret
St. Augustine Catholic SchoolBrochures for ChangePriscilla Bonsu, Isabella Wittal, Cheyeanne Rowan
Westwood Community High SchoolClearwater CleanupNeel Patel, Sparsh Patel, Darsh Patel, Muhammad Ali Qureshi

Each of these groups will have an opportunity to work with a mentor to polish their idea and prepare their presentation for the final competition.

FINAL COMPETITION AGENDA
1:00-1:45 Participant Registration & Snacks
2:00 Welcoming Remarks
2:20-3:00 Five presentations
3:00-3:10 Refreshment Break
3:10-4:10 Five presentations
4:10-5:00 Tour of the museum
5:00 Banquet Dinner
6:00 Awards Ceremony
7:00pm Closing Comments

Members of the public are welcome to attend the presentations. However the dinner is reserved for the finalists and their families.

Student Finalists?

Be sure to register here.

Review the Verbal Judging Guide to see what the judges will be marking you on!

Nervous? Check out this “What to Expect” video.

And don’t forget to bring this Waiver Form, signed by your parent/guardian!