A climate protection assembly at Windsor High was so popular, a second show was added to this morning’s schedule, according to organizers.


The Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) will puts on a 45-60 minute interactive assembly at Windsor High School specially geared for high school students that explains global warming and its effect on our planet, while offering solutions to combat it. The program is scientifically based, interactive, and energizing, according to Stefan Klakovich of the Windsor Institute for Sustainability and the Environment.


ACE is a non-profit organization from Oakland. Their performances at WHS are sponsored by the Windsor Institute for Sustainability and the Environment (WISE), a 10-12th grade interdisciplinary program at WHS that focuses on environmental issues and sustainable practices. About 900 students are expected to attend.


The first two performances were Tuesday. A third performance was added to this morning’s schedule.


For more information about the Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) and to see a trailer of their performance, visit their website at: www.climateeducation.org


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