Copeland gets electrical education


Copeland Elementary School officials expressed thanks to Surry Yadkin EMC for partnering with them in education. Randy White, safety coordinator for Surry Yadkin EMC, shared his expertise about electricity with fourth-grade classes. Students in fourth grade have been studying electrical circuits. White shared with the students about kinds of electricity, how electricity is made and the path of electricity to the customers. White demonstrated how linemen and women stay safe in their dangerous work and how we can stay safe around electrical wires. Students discussed ways they can conserve energy in their homes and school.


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Copeland Elementary School officials expressed thanks to Surry Yadkin EMC for partnering with them in education. Randy White, safety coordinator for Surry Yadkin EMC, shared his expertise about electricity with fourth-grade classes. Students in fourth grade have been studying electrical circuits. White shared with the students about kinds of electricity, how electricity is made and the path of electricity to the customers. White demonstrated how linemen and women stay safe in their dangerous work and how we can stay safe around electrical wires. Students discussed ways they can conserve energy in their homes and school.

Copeland Elementary School officials expressed thanks to Surry Yadkin EMC for partnering with them in education. Randy White, safety coordinator for Surry Yadkin EMC, shared his expertise about electricity with fourth-grade classes. Students in fourth grade have been studying electrical circuits. White shared with the students about kinds of electricity, how electricity is made and the path of electricity to the customers. White demonstrated how linemen and women stay safe in their dangerous work and how we can stay safe around electrical wires. Students discussed ways they can conserve energy in their homes and school.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_FullSizeRender-1.jpgCopeland Elementary School officials expressed thanks to Surry Yadkin EMC for partnering with them in education. Randy White, safety coordinator for Surry Yadkin EMC, shared his expertise about electricity with fourth-grade classes. Students in fourth grade have been studying electrical circuits. White shared with the students about kinds of electricity, how electricity is made and the path of electricity to the customers. White demonstrated how linemen and women stay safe in their dangerous work and how we can stay safe around electrical wires. Students discussed ways they can conserve energy in their homes and school. Submitted photo
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