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NP3 Tutorial Seeks to Stop Climate Change

By Surya Tanikella
Staff Writer | The Pacific Times

Climate change tutorial tries to raise awareness in students and stop global warming through community projects that are planned and carried out by students.

Students select their tutorials at NP3 High School every Monday during the second advisory period. Most tutorials are placed to give academic help to students in need but some are quiet reading spaces and others tutorials are offered for students to explore their personal interests.

“Our goal is to mitigate the effects of climate change at a community level, we are doing this by leading events such as lights out day,” said NP3 senior Rudy Chavez.

This climate change tutorial is available for students of NP3 High School to select. It is offered Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 1:35 p.m. to 2:10 p.m. According to Chavez, around nine to 30 people sign up for this tutorial on a weekly basis.

“We are in the midst of planning a big project right now. I don’t want to give away too much, but It will be bigger than our lights out day project,” said Chavez.

Students learn facts about the environment and nature through presentations and articles. The accumulated information is then used to host projects meant to help the environment. For example, students from the climate change tutorial partnered up with the Animal and Environmental Club to host Lights Out day at NP3 High School on Nov 10. 2021.

Freshman Isabella Bravo explains that it is crucial that someone steps up and fights the crisis humans have on their hands. “The first project we did with lights out day, we really had to take initiative and it was very interesting to me how everyone was committed to it and how they understood that we needed to do something about climate change,” said Bravo.

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