Team work makes the dream work! Three Houston-area students, including juniors Omar Reyes and Saheb-Runvir Nibber from Awty, worked together to develop a smart glove to counteract tremors in people with Parkinson’s disease. They recently participated in the Science and Engineering Fair of Houston and won the prestigious NASA Jacobs Science Award for their project. This award recognizes exceptional creativity, innovative thinking, and scientific excellence. Read Omar’s article in Buzz Magazine to learn more about their ReactGlove project. https://thebuzzmagazines.com/articles/2023/01/reacting-parkinsons-disease
Recently, some of our Upper School students led an interactive and fun presentation for our Kinder/GS students about overfishing.
Vive la Francophonie! Aujourd’hui, Awty a célébré la langue française et sa diversité de cultures à travers plusieurs activités.
Students Emma F. (12th), Joseph J. (12th), and James P. (11th), under the coaching of Mr. Tavakoli and Mrs. Peeran, won both the Regional Competition and the Divisional Playoff of the National High School Ethics Bowl.
Who’s ready for longer days and beautiful sunny weather? Daylight Saving Time begins tomorrow, so don’t forget to set your clocks one hour ahead tonight. Time to spring forward!