Maui High School Stormwater Presentations

Our Highways Maui District team met with the 11th and 12th graders at Maui High School on April 9th and 10th, conducting two days of Stormwater presentations for over 100 students. Alongside exploring Stormwater concepts, our team discussed various careers in the stormwater management sector, offering insights into exciting professional paths within this field and highlighting the diverse opportunities available in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Through hands-on activities exploring sieves and filter fabrics, students not only learned about the different factors engineers consider when selecting or designing stormwater management strategies for construction projects but also gained valuable knowledge about potential career paths and the STEM journey. A heartfelt thank you to Maui High School for hosting us!

Montessori Upper and Lower Elementary School Stormwater Presentations

Highways Maui District presented to the upper and lower elementary students at the Montessori School of Maui on April 1st and 4th, delivering two days of stormwater presentations to over 100 students. For the lower elementary group, we brought the interactive EnviroScape and Stormdrain models, while for the upper elementary, we introduced activities such as exploring sieves and examining various filter fabrics. This hands-on approach allowed students to dive into Maui’s stormwater system firsthand and explore the various aspects engineers consider when choosing or designing stormwater management strategies. A big mahalo to the Montessori School of Maui for having us!

Ho’okele Elementary School Engineering Night

Highways Maui District made their way to Ho’okele Elementary School’s on March 28th for Engineering Night! Our team introduced engaging activities, such as exploring sieves for separating materials and examining various filter fabrics. Students brainstormed ideas that engineers consider when selecting or designing stormwater management practices for construction projects. A huge thank you to Ho’okele Elementary School for the invitation!