Congratulations to our very own fifth graders Owen McDonald and Jackson Miller who will be representing not only the Page School, but the states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire at the National Invention Convention in Michigan at the end of May. The boys earned this prestigious honor by winning the Best in Grade Award for their invention called The Thermosleeve at the New Hampshire Regional Invention Convention on March 31st held at SNHU. The boys’ invention is designed to help athletes play their best when the weather is cold. The padded sleeve sports a USB heating pad that allows an athlete to keep his or her throwing arm warm while waiting to play. The boys met weekly during the school day throughout the second term as part of their specials electives to develop The Thermosleeve.
Jackson and Owen will be joining 500 of the best young inventors in the country at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan from May 28 – 30 at the National Invention Convention. The cost for registration, airfare, and hotels will cost over $2000 per family.
If you would like to help get our talented and deserving boys to Michigan, you can donate on the form below. Please reference Young Inventors in the message area.
We Thank You for your support!!