CoServ’s Energy Education Team uses POWERtown™ presentation to demonstrate scenarios where people could come across power lines.
In 2022, CoServ celebrated its 85th anniversary so we are taking a look back at the record-breaking growth, milestones.
CoServ awarded seven $5,000 scholarships to seniors from different high schools across our service territory this year. CoServ coordinated with parents, teachers and administrators to surprise the students in the classroom and at their jobs.
The 10-day trip was educational, inspirational and will help students stand out when applying for colleges, scholarships and jobs. The Youth Leadership Tour has been an electric cooperative tradition for more than 50 years, giving young adults a better appreciation of state and federal governments.
CoServ Vice President of Field Operations Shea Hassell presented Sanger High School senior Gabrianna Giddens with the scholarship just before graduation last month. The funds will help Gabrianna as she studies at Texas State University in San Marcos this fall.
The Energy Education Team visited nearly 100 schools last school year, presenting in front of thousands of children. The children built electric circuits, played POWERrace® and watched arcing demonstrations.
Fourth graders at W.S. Ryan Elementary School in Denton were greeted Thursday by a large, unfamiliar board game laid across multiple tables at the center of their classroom. The magnetic board, depicting city streets, utility poles, and 3D-printed buildings, was CoServ’s trademarked board game, POWERrace®, and served as the capper to a 9-week lesson plan…