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posted: 4/14/2014 9:04 AM

Elk Grove H.S. science students earn recognition

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  • Elk Grove High School senior Ethan Hartowicz addresses the board as Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and others look on.

      Elk Grove High School senior Ethan Hartowicz addresses the board as Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and others look on.
    Courtesy of District 214

  • Elk Grove High School's AP Environmental Science students are flanked by (left) Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, teacher Krista Glosson (pink jacket), and (far right) District 214 board member Alva Kreutzer, 15th District Cook County Commissioner Timothy Schneider and General Superintendent Arnold Randall.

      Elk Grove High School's AP Environmental Science students are flanked by (left) Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, teacher Krista Glosson (pink jacket), and (far right) District 214 board member Alva Kreutzer, 15th District Cook County Commissioner Timothy Schneider and General Superintendent Arnold Randall.
    Courtesy of District 214

 
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The Elk Grove High School Advanced Placement Environmental Science students were recognized by the Cook County Forest Preserve Board for collecting comprehensive data about the water quality of Salt Creek.

After accepting the data, the board filed it with other water quality data.

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All 40 AP Environmental Science students attended the board meeting, which was held at the Cook County Building. Senior Ethan Hartowicz, who addressed the board during the meeting, commented on the experience.

"Completing relevant lab work to generate data that is used by the board is motivating for us. Also, seeing how the board operates was an interesting experience."

In addition, students completed an individual comprehensive report on the data that was collected from Salt Creek, which is located behind Elk Grove High School near the dam in Busse Woods.

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