CPS Invention Convention

Students who did especially well at our school Invention Convention were invited to the CPS level Invention Convention this Saturday at Clemente Community Academy.

Event Info

  • Date: Saturday, May 16th, 2015
  • Location: Clemente Community Academy, 1147 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
  • Public Transportation: Within walking distance of many public transportation options.
  • Bus – 49, 70, 52, 50, Train – 1 mile from Division and Damen Blue Line stops
  • Parking: There is a small lot on the southeast corner of Western and Division as well as street parking available.
  • Entry: Please enter the building doors on the north side of Division St (by the gyms).
  • Parents, grandparents, siblings, neighbors, etc. are all welcome to attend.

Event Day Timeline

  • Check In: Student check-in and setup will be from 8:15 AM-9:15 AM. Each student will receive an assigned judging time upon check-in at the event.
  • Judging: Judging will be in half hour increments from 9:30 AM-11:30 AM.
  • Awards: Awards will be from 12:15 PM-1:00 PM. All inventors MUST be present for the judging and the awards presentation to be judged and to be eligible for a prize. All members of a team must be present.

6th grade earthquake assignment

6th grade students need to finish their public service announcement about earthquakes.  It needs to include:

  •  What causes earthquakes?
  • What should a person do to be safe during an earthquake?
  • Why is it important for someone to know about earthquakes?  (Why should they pay attention to this announcement?)

 

This is the article you had access to in class about earthquake risk in the USA

 

6th grade Earthquake Public Service Announcement

6th grade students need to finish their public service announcement about earthquakes.  It needs to include

  • What causes earthquakes?
  • What should a person do to be safe during an earthquake?
  • Why is it important for someone to know about earthquakes?  (Why should they pay attention to this announcement?)

This is the article you had access to in class about earthquake risk in the USA