STEM Camp proves learning is fun
During April vacation, 31 middle-schoolers attended our STEM Camp filled with nonstop learning for four days. They built wooden cars and raced them, assembled rockets and launched them into the sky and built balsa wood bridges and tested their strength until they collapsed. For each interactive project, students engaged in science, engineering, technology and math concepts.
"It looked like Cape Canaveral here with the rockets launching," said Principal Chris Laganas. "It was a wonderful mix of instructors, and the kids had a ball. What a great week."
Teachers who ran the camp were: Science Teacher Jonathan Warne, Machine Technology Instructor Bruce Boisselle, and Math Teacher Mr. Beauregard. Enjoy the slideshow.