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Science Showcase

A virtual art gallery celebrating the creativity of LEAD's art students.

 

Biology

A Climate Change Plan for Kansas City

Energy Supply

Ayla, Chance, Illi, Miles & Sarah (9th)

Aedan, Evangeline, Malone & McKenzie (9th)

Noah & Johnston (9th)

Corbin (9th)

Food

Dominic, Jonathan, Kemani, & Naya (9th)

Aidan, Alyssa, Hannah & Syd (9th)

Abbas, Boston, Lilli, Noori & Payton (9th)

Homes & Buildings

Adrienne, Lily, Marcus & Yadon (9th)

Brock, Hailey, Landon & London (9th)

Caden, Grace, Moira, Muntadher & Robert (9th)

Mason C., Jerzie, Rihanna, Taylor & Micaela (9th)

Jake, Garrett, Gracey, Avery & Lorenzo (9th)

Mobility

Aliyah, Franco, Peyton & Max (9th)

Eva, Elijah, Josh, Tyler & Anthony (9th)

Josey, Maddy, Maya & Noah (9th)

Quinten, Key, Ryder & Lyra (9th)

Natural Systems

Elle, Barret, Michael, Julian & Mason G. (9th)

Audrey, Caidyn, Gretchen, Maelena & Matthew (9th)

Kyla & Ty (9th)

Eli, Jackson, Jonathan & Macie (9th)

Waste

Alexa Laila, Rachael & Noah (9th)

Aaron, Jackson & Nathan (9th)

Desi, Erik, Janae & Sophie (9th)

Dan, Emma, Elizabeth & Jaeda (9th)

 

Facilitated by Mrs. Wilkerson & Mrs. Meyer

The City of Kansas City, Missouri’s Office of Environmental Quality is currently updating their Climate Protection Plan with the goal to create a carbon neutral, equity focused and resilient Kansas City by 2040.  They asked our students to recommend and evaluate specific strategies to be part of their plan.  Students worked in groups to investigate the areas of energy supply, mobility, food, waste, homes & buildings, and natural systems to come up with feasible and effective solutions for our community.  Students researched their area and came up with potential recommendations.  They surveyed their friends and family to get feedback, and then they refined their ideas to create a video presentation of their 3 top recommendations for the city.  These presentations were given to the city’s focus groups that will be updating their climate plan.

Chemistry

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Accelerated Chemistry

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Building CV -
Constant Velocity Vehicles

Facilitated by Mr. Gleue

Students created small vehicles designed to move at a constant velocity. They built the vehicles and then determined how fast the cars moved.

Physics

Kat E. (12th)

Kat E. (12th)

Matthew P. (12th), Albert I. (11th), Carter W.  (11th), RJ L. (11th)

Matthew P. (12th), Albert I. (11th), Carter W.  (11th), RJ L. (11th)

 

Forensic Science

Get A Clue

Facilitated by Mrs. Attig

Students drew 2 clues for compounds. They identified the compounds and wrote their names and formulas.  They analyzed typical consumer products (foods, cosmetics, cleaning, etc.) to find a product, containing each one. They classified each compound  as either ionic or covalent, and evaluated information regarding its use and risk. If the product was found to be a health risk, they recommended a safer alternative.

Get A Clue

Facilitated by Mrs. Attig

Students drew 2 clues for compounds. They identified the compounds and wrote their names and formulas.  They analyzed typical consumer products (foods, cosmetics, cleaning, etc.) to find a product, containing each one. They classified each compound  as either ionic or covalent, and evaluated information regarding its use and risk. If the product was found to be a health risk, they recommended a safer alternative.

Forensic Science

Publicity for a
Forensic Science Program

Facilitated by Mr. Gleue

Students created publicity for a forensic science program at ‘LEAD University.’

CSI Crime Scene Photos

Facilitated by Mr. Gleue

Students created a crime scene and this project included the seven steps that must be followed by forensic scientists at the crime scene.  These pictures represent samples of these ‘investigations.’

Click on any of the crime scene images for a closer look.

Anatomy & Physiology

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Biology 2 & AP Biology

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