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Hovercraft project will return to OCSD

The Oswego City School District is thrilled to again welcome the Hovercraft Project in the 2018-2019 school year! Shortly after the school year begins in September, we will be welcoming Matt Chase who will offer students the opportunity to have designated jobs related to preparation, measurements, data analytics and leadership as they worked toward assembling the low-friction vehicles. Teacher Valerice Stuart said while the project- and inquiry-based activity utilized academic lessons in science, technology, engineering and math, the students were required to engage with one another using teamwork, motivation, respect, communication and problem-solving, among other life skills, in order to reach success. By the conclusion of the program, students will test and ride the hovercrafts...and teachers and administrators may get in on the action too!

Copy and paste the video link below to see how much fun our students had last school year!
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