Semiahmoo Secondary students show off green ideas

Semiahmoo students participated in the annual BC Green Games Celebration at Science World last week.

The April 22 celebration marked Earth Day and the end of a video competition that focused on green projects pitched by schools across the province.

Semiahmoo Secondary students won $1,000 in grants towards green projects at the South Surrey school for their three-minute video which showcased activities that would make their school more sustainable.

The students – headed by Grade 9 student Tina Zhang – had the video document the progress of their team in the BC Hydro Energy Ambassadors program. So far this year, the Semiahmoo students have done nine elementary presentations on electricity and shared science knowledge and conservation ideas.



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