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Elizabeth Luce from ACE Charter High School (left) gets help from Tor Allen during Saturday's workshop.

Photo by Juan Carlo, Ventura County Star

Elizabeth Luce from ACE Charter High School (left) gets help from Tor Allen during Saturday's workshop.

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  • Elizabeth Luce from ACE Charter High School (left) gets help from Tor Allen during Saturday's workshop.
  • Nathan Dybvig (from left) from Triton Academy, Marie Sanderson from Las Colinas Middle School and Pam Bluestein from Sycamore Canyon School hold onto solar cells to make a small radio work during Saturday's workshop, which was funded through a grant from Edison International.
  • Nathan Inouye (left) with Camarillo High School works with Carol Fujita (right) with CSU Channel Islands to make a phone charger using small solar panels during Saturday's workshop in Camarillo.
  • Twenty teachers from Ventura County learned at a Saturday workshop on solar energy concepts at the Camarillo's Conference and Educational Services Center.
  • Carol Fujita with CSU Channel Islands (from left) Nathan Inouye with Camarillo High School and Kelly Johnson with Medea Creek Middle School work on making a small fan run on solar power during Saturday's workshop in Camarillo.

Twenty teachers from across Ventura County learned at a Saturday workshop about solar energy concepts they can bring to their classrooms to inspire students. Funded by a $10,000 grant from Edison International to the Sustainability Council of Ventura County, the workshop was offered for teacher professional development in the area of energy and the environment. It was held at Camarillo's Conference and Educational Services Center.

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