Switching on our HVAC component

Last year I decided to become a middle school instructor, mainly to see if I would be a nice fit for teaching full time, as it turned out, it might be. I easily loved the option to teach children and watch them grow and develop over the months! One of my number one times was while I was in the annual science and technology assembly that the students had to create projects for, however there were all sorts of interesting ideas represented, from air and space to agriculture and body composition and health. One of the more memorable projects involved using wind as a viable source of sustainable energy, and in demonstrating it the student used various flags. To generate enough wind at various levels, there were a couple small circular fans, but I admired their creativity and ingenuity by using the overhead vents as space of the demo. The auditorium happens to have a big Heating, Ventilation and A/C program that seems to run always, and the large volume of exposed ducting and vents were perfect to attach things to. The display was in between at least more than one vents at the back of the site, so the student took small flags and long, loose streamers with wind related facts to pique your interest and arrows that led to their educational display. With the Heating, Ventilation and A/C program running, the little flags and friendly, colorful streamers would wave gently in the vents and catch your attention as you came up and walked by. The display was very informative, and the presentation was entirely the best example of the talent there, however even without the Heating, Ventilation and A/C program blowing the many eye catching flags in the vents, the whole thing was well thought and put together! I was very glad that I was able to be there for that.