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The Chaloner Middle School KidWind Renewable Energy team won awards in the national competition for their fixed button offshore turbine and an award for their turbine design.

The team competed in the KidWind National Competition in Boulder, Colorado against 80 teams from across the United States and Mexico.

Chaloner fielded two teams in the event and competed in different challenges centered on wind turbines to produce power.

The school’s Solar Team used solar panels in a water park that warmed water using renewable energy. 

In the photo gallery: The group photo, from left: Linley Godsey, Josiah Ausby, Lanie Bailey, Briar Copeland, Carlos Nery, Connor Melson, Austin Tolbert, Joe Huss, Ian Casper, and Christian Burnett. The awards photo: Melson, Tolbert, Burnett, Casper, and Huss.

The Aeronauts Wind Turbine Team won the Fixed Bottom Offshore Turbine award including a cash prize. They also won an award for their turbine design. 

“The solar team worked hard and impressed attendees and judges from around the country,” the school system said.