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Discovery World is helping transform Milwaukee-area high school students into the "Water Generation."

Discovery World helps build the "Water Generation"


One hundred students from six area high schools will participate in Discovery World's "Building the Water Generation," a special program created to help high school students understand the importance of freshwater resources.

The program will take place Tuesday, Dec. 13 as part of Discovery World's United Nations-recognized Thirst Program. It will include presentations from industry, political and education leaders, as well as hands-on sessions.

Among the high schools taking place are three from MPS – Bradley Tech, School of Urban Planning and Architecture and Project Learning Institute – along with St. Joan Antida, Milwaukee 4H and Waukesha 4H.

A quarter of the 100 students participating attend Bradley Tech.

Discovery World is also making plans for a second program to be held later this school year.


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