"Energy Detectives" at Booker T. Washington Academy are Jailyn Ginter, 9, left; Lamiah Campbell, 9; Jair Moncada, 10; Alexis Ginter, 9; Teresita  Martinez, 10; and Tom Escareno, 9, holding a Kill-A-Watt meter. Librarian Tracie Dreyer-Hanes, back, supervises them.
"Energy Detectives" at Booker T. Washington Academy are Jailyn Ginter, 9, left; Lamiah Campbell, 9; Jair Moncada, 10; Alexis Ginter, 9; Teresita Martinez, 10; and Tom Escareno, 9, holding a Kill-A-Watt meter. Librarian Tracie Dreyer-Hanes, back, supervises them.
"Energy Detectives" at Booker T. Washington Academy are Jailyn Ginter, 9, left; Lamiah Campbell, 9; Jair Moncada, 10; Alexis Ginter, 9; Teresita Martinez, 10; and Tom Escareno, 9, holding a Kill-A-Watt meter. Librarian Tracie Dreyer-Hanes, back, supervises them.

Fayette students help cut district energy costs

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