OSWEGO, NY – ThereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s been quite a whirlwind around Oswego Middle School lately.
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Oswego Middle School recently took second place at a wind energy competition held at C-NS High School.
The competition, called the KidWind Project, is a competition that stresses the importance of wind energy and is open to all schools in the state.
This was the first year Oswego attended the event.
OswegoÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s team included (from left) , eighth grader Bo Yang Li,Ã‚Â eighth grader Cory Moshier and seventh grader Austin Scruton.
They were joined by technology teacher Matthew Bock, science teacher Elisa Davis, and math teacher Susan Roik.