Each year the Outreach committee organizes several visits to Broughal Middle School to teach 8th grade students about water purification and the world water crisis. Students are taught how the water they receive is cleaned and are then asked to consider this process in an experiment where students get to create their own sand filters. After seeing how well their sand filters cleans mud water the students were challenged to create another filter using materials other than rocks and sand. Through creative thinking and competition the students are exposed to a real world engineering problem. Moreover, students are exposed to water conditions around the world and are asked to consider how different the lives of those who do not have access to clean, reliable sources of water are from their own. To reinforce this point students in Bethlehem are connected to students in Honduras through various activities, the most recent being a photo album containing pictures taken by students in both Bethlehem and Honduras.