STAR School students learn scientific principles and incorporate Diné cultural values in projects. See more Navajo-Hopi education stories here

| April 13, 2016

By Katherine Locke • Navajo-Hopi Observer

TUBA CITY, Ariz. – Isacc David’s aerodynamics project inspired him to want to be a pilot one day. Aydan Tomas learned how to cook on a parabolic solar cooker and Sawyer Allison-Begay and Jasmine Redhouse are figuring out how to make an edible water bottle.

These are just some of the science projects at the school-wide 4th annual Science Symposium at STAR School April 7 where there were projects on filtration systems, wind turbines, fruit batteries, air pressure, a bubbling lava lamp and many more.

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