Warwick School District

Students Attend State Envirothon Competition

On May 22nd, five students on the Envirothon team traced to Mt. Camp Luther in Mifflinburg, PA to attend the State Competition. 

This competition is geared toward preparing students to learn about the environment, resource management, and specific species information as it pertains to varying careers and hobbies such as bird watching, fishing, etc. 

This team was made up of Kaitlynn Himelright (senior), Keegen Dzurko (senior), Paola Rivera-Perez (senior), Jake Matthews (junior), and Harry Schweigert (sophomore), and was under the leadership of Mrs. Lisa Hochreiter and Mr. Brad McClain.

This competition ran all day and included an oral presentation and a knowledge-based section where topics such as Aquatics, Wildlife, Forestry and Soils, and Agrovoltaics were tested. Our team received 23rd place out of 66 teams. Through this competition, students become more well-rounded and resilient through their preparation and the competition itself.

Wonderful job to these students!