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For more than 11 years, CoServ has used POWERrace to teach students as early as fourth grade about electrical currents and how to manage a cooperative. The game board features numerous hand painted structures and businesses, including a sports stadium, church, hospital, and fast-food restaurant. To win, teams must route power via spools of colored lines to the most buildings while managing their money wisely.
“We are honored to support the work that these outstanding teachers do across our service territories,” Whitney said. “Whether it’s a focus on STEM materials, curriculum through our Academic Initiatives or lifting up teachers and students during challenging times, we listen and respond in the way that CoServ knows how. We embrace the school and the community that we are so proud to be part of.”
CoServ joined Denton ISD in dedicating the new playing surface on Monday alongside representatives from Globe Life, FC Dallas and a few dozen students from the GOAL (Guys & Girls Operating As Leaders) program at Navo.
Starting Tuesday, Aug. 3, promotional giveaways will feature back-to-school related items for children 12 and under during the upcoming home stand against the Amarillo Sod Poodles. Giveaways will also be offered on Aug. 4, 5 and 8 – just in time for students heading back to the classroom.
As COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, CoServ Employees surprised the scholarship recipients in person at school in April and May. It’s another way that CoServ supports the communities we serve through academic initiatives.
CoServ presented the Roman Juarez Memorial Scholarship to Sanger High School senior Presley Brockett, who was also the Class of 2021 Salutatorian.
CoServ distributes approximately $280,000 to education foundations in 23 school districts to support teacher-initiated grants each year. These funds come directly from CoServ Members and Customers who participate in Operation Roundup, where their bills are rounded up to the nearest dollar.
In April, CoServ donated 10 laptops to students at Hattie Dyer Elementary School in Krum ISD and 4 to Corinth Elementary School students in Lake Dallas ISD.
With just a pizza box, aluminum foil and a few other materials, you can make your own solar oven that harnesses the power of the sun. The same greenhouse effect that heats up your car on a hot day can also be used to cook a fun tasty snack. The goal of this project is to build a solar oven, then get some crackers, marshmallows and chocolate to make s’mores!
CoServ’s trademarked board game teaches critical thinking, strategy, basic math and finance skills, teamwork and hand-eye coordination. Players get a taste of what it is like to lead an electric cooperative while also being an Electric Lineman in the field.