4th Grade to 7th Grade

05/19/2024

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

PATERSON CHARTER SCHOOL

FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 4-7

HYDROPOWER

How do we convert energy to meet our needs?
People who use a lot of electrical energy in the homes, schools and businesses. What are some ways to produce electric energy from other kinds of energy?
How is electrical power generated from chemical energy?
How can the use of energy damage ecosystems?

What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources and where do they come from?

HYDROPOWER
Hydropower harnesses the energy of water moving from higher to lower elevations. It can be generated from reservoirs and rivers. Reservoir hydropower plants rely on stored water in a reservoir, while run-of-river hydropower plants harness energy from the available flow of the river.
Hydropower reservoirs often have multiple uses – providing drinking water, water for irrigation, flood and drought control, navigation services, as well as energy supply.

5th Grade Trip to Waterloo Village

5th-grade students participated in a field trip to Waterloo Village, a restored 19th-century canal town. Students had the opportunity to learn about farm life in the 1800s and engaged in

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Poetry Slam

In April we celebrate National Poetry Month with our Annual Poetry Slam at PCSST. Our scholars from the 4th to 7th grade recited their original work for their peers. Our winners

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Spring Book Fair

As our Spring Bookfair draws to the end, we reflect on a 6-day event filled with literary excitement. From April 19th to April 26th, students and teachers visited to explore

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