Washington Township to Hold District Technology Night

The Washington Township Public Schools will hold a District Technology Night on Wednesday, February 11.
District Technology Night challenges students in Washington Township’s middle schools in three engineering-related competitions. Students participating in the event, will problem solve engineering issues in areas such as science, technology, and mathematics. The three competitions include a bridge design contest, a robotics competition, and a CO2 dragster race. Individual winners will be awarded for the first three finishers in each event.
In addition, high school students will exhibit their projects and portfolios promoting engineering through design technology, construction technology, electronics technology, computer technology, and communications technology. A 1/94th scale model of the Delaware River Port Authority’s Benjamin Franklin Memorial Bridge constructed by WTHS engineering students will be on display as well.
“Our annual District Technology Night is an opportunity to showcase our middle and high school's innovators, innovations, and the engineers of tomorrow," said District Technology Education Supervisor Steve Whalen. "This event supports the Washington Township Technology department's ‘STEM’ and ‘Women in Engineering’ initiatives.”
District Technology Night will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in the cafeteria c/d of Washington Township High School