Are you a 3rd to 5th grade teacher and want to have an educational weather opportunity brought to your classroom this year?
News 4 Tucson's Chief Meteorologist Matt Brode will be heading out to Southern Arizona schools for his Weather IQ Challenge!
What is Matt's Weather IQ Challenge?
Its a fun, educational, dynamic game about weather and how it works. The fast-paced game will last between an hour or 1:15 and consists of five challenging rounds of interactive environmental games! It’s part weather, part trivia and part speed & knowledge, so Matt wants you to bring your game face! Seriously, the more children paint their faces and bring posters, the greater opportunity for them to appear on TV!
The students do not need to prepare for the game, just be ready to have fun and interact with Matt! They should also be prepared to receive prizes from KVOA News 4 Tucson!
Each class will compete against other schools in Southern Arizona for a chance to win a Grand Prize!
2016 School Scores:
Sam Hughes Elementary - 440 points
Donaldson Elementary - 410 points
Mesquite Elementary - 180 points
Frances Owen Holaway Elementary - 440 points
Dietz Elementary - 385 points
Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary - 435 points
Sunrise Drive Elementary - 385 points
Maldonado Elementary - 320 points
Tully Elementary - 325 points
Robison Elementary - 320 points
Tanque Verde Elementary - 295 points
Gale Elementary - 425 points
Van Buskirk Elementary - 405 points
Holladay Fine Arts Magnet Elementary - 405 points
Vesey Elementary - 475 points
Fruchthendler Elementary - 460 points
Frank Borman Elementary - 455 points
Sign up for a chance for Matt Brode to stop by your classroom!