Junior Solar Sprint Races Again

Submitted by Shawn
2005-03-27 21:01:47

Call your local organizer! Junior Solar Sprint, JSS, is running in about twenty localities in ten eastern states and the District of Columbia. At JSS, middle-schoolers race their own designs of custom cars powered only by a standard foot-long solar panel. You can participate in one of several ways:
1. Take your middle-school class to compete.
2. Take your class of any age as spectators.
3. Volunteer as a judge or other helper.
4. Be a spectator. Bring your family.
To find out when and where the local races will occur, and to get contact info, go to NESEA's JSS page:
http://www.nesea.org/k-12/juniorsolarsprint/

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