VIDEO: ‘Change the world’ projects presented at Explorer West Middle School


The end of the school year is in sight, and that means Explorer West Middle School (WSB sponsor) eighth-graders are looking ahead to their new beginnings as high-school students next year. On Wednesday, they presented their “Change the World” projects, an annual assignment by teacher Tim Owens. We stopped by and recorded one team talking about their project, advocating for healthy, sustainable, affordable food for people experiencing poverty. In the photo above are Zach Carver, June Oto, Ainsley Yukawa, and Bijan Zavareei, who is speaking in our clip below:

Owens says the students have been working on their projects for five months. Their presentations were made over the course of about an hour and a half. Read more about this year’s projects here.

P.S. Explorer West is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an alumni reunion tomorrow (Friday, June 3rd), 4-7 pm, starting at the campus, 10015 28th SW, with appetizers and faculty visits; at 5:30 pm the reunion moves to nearby Roxbury Lanes for bowling, hosted by EWMS.

3 Replies to "VIDEO: 'Change the world' projects presented at Explorer West Middle School"

  • AlkiGirl June 2, 2016 (2:36 pm)

    Love the CARVER’S!! Great job Zach!!

  • Marina June 2, 2016 (2:48 pm)

    Great job guys!

  • Eileen Kelleher June 6, 2016 (9:29 pm)

    Great job Bijan !!!

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