1. Each team should have a name, be 5-10 students, and must have a teacher advisor.
2. Faculty advisors will register with their teams via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Original project must be completed and submitted by March 25, 2016. Winners will be announced via email and online by 5pm on Earth Day 2016.
4. Teams should not spend more than $500 on their projects.
5. All applications must be completed in full to be considered for the Shane McConkey Eco Challenge.
Each project will be awarded a total score out of 20. Each category will receive a score of 1-5 considering the scope of Meeting Requirements and Expectations.
A score of 5 represents being Above and Beyond Meeting Requirements and Expectations.
A score of 3 represents Meets Requirements and Expectations.
A score of 1 represents Does Not Meet Requirements and Expectations.
How does your project combat climate change?
How does your project promote education and awareness about climate change?
How clever is your chosen solution to fight climate change in your school?
Were the results of your completed project successful?