Felix Varela Senior High School (FVSH) in Kendall, Miami recently sponsored a poster competition to raise the awareness of science in a creative way (to Inspire, Innovate, and Educate).
The competition was launched at Hammocks Middle School and Jorge Mas Canosa schools in Kendall, South Miami-Dade County. These two schools participated and their posters and related write up were submitted to FVSH school for judging.
The topic for the poster competition was: What does Science mean to you?
Following assessment of the submission from several schools, the quality of the posters from both Haamocks Middle and Jorge Mas Canosa was determined to be of a high caliber. As a result each school, received the three top placements in the competition.
Janice Lewis, team leader-science, science teacher at Felix Varela Senior High School; advisor/club sponsor -Key Club, and Women of Tomorrow mentor, an organizer of the competition was effusive in her praise for the competition, She offered special thanks to the science teachers and Key Club students who were judges of the poster competition. Special thanks were also offered to the respective school administrators for their support of this first-time venture.
Each winning student received awards sponsored courtesy of Frost Museum, Deering Estate, Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Zoo Miami and FVSH PTSA