Paw Paw student art in GLOBE science calendar
Art work by Paw Paw High School sophomores Kevin Benson and Shiann Groah is featured in the 2013 international GLOBE science calendar.
Groah won second place and Benson won third place in the North American division. Paw Paw High School student Desi Facemier received an honorable mention. The three students participated in the calendar contest through science teacher Carol Coryea’s classes.
GLOBE stands for Global Learning and Observation to Benefit the Environment. GLOBE is a world-wide primary and secondary school-based science and education program.
Since its beginning on Earth Day in 1995, some 112 countries have participated in the program, according to GLOBE information. Nearly 60,000 teachers in over 24,000 schools around the world have been trained in GLOBE scientific inquiries.
More than 1.5 million students have taken measurements in their science projects contributing to GLOBE database information about the earth and its environment.