Blayney High Wins Rotary's Science and Engineering Challenge |  Western lawyer

Blayney High Wins Rotary’s Science and Engineering Challenge | Western lawyer

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STUDENTS from across the region gathered to learn more about science as part of Rotary’s Science and Engineering Challenge at St Stanislaus College last week. Students from Oberon, Blayney High, St Stanislaus, Denison College and MacKillop College took part in the one-day competition, presented by Newcastle University in conjunction with the NSW Office of Chief Scientist and Engineer. The Science and Engineering Challenge is designed to provide a positive science and engineering experience for year 9 and 10 students. READ ALSO: Audio Engineer Bathurst Helps Musician Oberon Remaster Cassette Recordings After Completing Some Great Feats science and engineering with a lot of fun together in this regard, Blayney High School produced the winning effort and continued to compete in the state challenge later this year. Jenny White, chief advertising officer for the Rotary Club of Bathurst Daybreak, said the club extends its gratitude to the teachers, students, volunteers and everyone involved in the challenge. “Thanks in particular to Lipman P / L and St Stanislaus for their generous support for this event. Rotary looks forward to seeing it in 2023,” she said. READ ALSO: Living Bathurst Legend Paul Smith Helped Design the Mount Panorama Sign Ms. White said The Science Challenge was just one way Rotary supported local youth. The Rotary Club of Bathurst is currently preparing for Rotary’s annual youth awareness program (RYDA) to be held at Mount Panorama later this month. “The RYDA program is a Rotary initiative that aims to provide coordinated, up-to-date, and practical road safety information to school students who have recently or are obtaining a driver’s license. READ ALSO: Bathurst Streets as a Shared Spaces driver earns more $ 500,000 “RYDA provides insight into behavior that creates responsible, life-long driving behavior,” he said. Our reporters work hard to bring local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:



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