PUMP IT UP
The Science, Math and Physics of Fire Engineering
Date & Time: September 14, 2019 | 10am-2pm
Instructor: Homewood Fire Chief Robert Grabowski
Ages: 12-16 years old
Thinking about a career as a firefighter?
What decisions do firefighters make on the scene?
What's the science and math behind fighting fires?
Pump It Up shows you how firefighters go about fighting a fire. This is a combination class, featuring classroom activities and work outside with the fire truck. We will include problem solving, firefighter math calculations, and hands-on learning using the water pumping system and hoses of Homewood Fire Departments' fire engine!
Pump It Up is a great introduction to Fire Sciences.
A fun afternoon for teens to explore a career path with the Fire Department.
Students will need to bring a sack lunch, towel, change of clothes (they might get wet!) and wear closed-toe shoes to Pump It Up.
SCIENCE MINORS CLUB
@Homewood Science Center
With the support of Museum of Science and Industry, Homewood Science Center is excited to offer Science Minors Camp!
Students can engage in fun, hands-on science activities that build curiosity and encourage teamwork. Topics range across all aspects of science and engineering and support learning that happens during the school day.- MSI
Science Minors Clubs offer early, hands-on exposure to science through partnerships with a network of schools and community organizations.
NEXT SESSION: WINTER 2020
Students should bring a peanut free snack and refillable water bottle with them to class.
MOONSHOT FILM FESTIVAL
SECRET CHALLENGE CRITERIA MUST BE INCLUDED IN YOUR FILM!
Join us at our information session to get the secret criteria, meet other student filmmakers, and meet Jake Goldberg, the student behind the Moonshot Film Festival.
A $50 cash prize and the Moonshot Trophy will be presented to the winner of each division.
There will also be honorable recognition awards in each division.
Rules & Terms:
Submitted films cannot exceed 3 minutes in total length.
Use any device you want to film on
Teams can be up to 3 people- you can have a cast of thousands if you want!
Challenge startsTBD- there are 2 "secret" challenge criteria that must be included in your film!
Films must be school appropriate: No cursing, violence, nudity, etc.
Films must be submitted on YouTube and you must share your link with
There is a $5 entry fee, you must register online
Have fun! Be Creative! Launch yourself into the challenge!
Deadline to submit your entry is TBD.