Delving into their research


Sanayah Wilbon, Grant Martz, Jackson Schaeffer, and Pippa Brandt discuss a project on new food sources including stink bugs which some board members sampled.

Sanayah Wilbon, Grant Martz, Jackson Schaeffer, and Pippa Brandt discuss a project on new food sources including stink bugs which some board members sampled.


Kevyn Steen discussed a project on racial profiling by police and how to reduce it. Other topics for student projects included animal abuse, conservation efforts, global warming, and the connection between head injuries and football.


Photos by Evan Goodenow | Oberlin News-Tribune

Prospect Elementary School students outlined student projects to Oberlin board of education members at a May 24 meeting.

Sanayah Wilbon, Grant Martz, Jackson Schaeffer, and Pippa Brandt discuss a project on new food sources including stink bugs which some board members sampled.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/06/web1_IMG_9708.jpgSanayah Wilbon, Grant Martz, Jackson Schaeffer, and Pippa Brandt discuss a project on new food sources including stink bugs which some board members sampled.

Kevyn Steen discussed a project on racial profiling by police and how to reduce it. Other topics for student projects included animal abuse, conservation efforts, global warming, and the connection between head injuries and football.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2016/06/web1_IMG_9701.jpgKevyn Steen discussed a project on racial profiling by police and how to reduce it. Other topics for student projects included animal abuse, conservation efforts, global warming, and the connection between head injuries and football.