Middle School STREAM Fair

Middle School STREAM Fair
Posted on 02/12/2020
Middle school students presenting their STREAM Project

The Middle School STREAM Fair, which was held on February 12th, showcased the creative talents and the high-level problem solving skills of our students.  Within the framework of the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, our students researched and identified regions of the world in need of help and specific challenges therein that they sought to address.  With the utmost cultural empathy, they engaged in research and in the engineering design process over a 6-month time span to invent and innovate solutions to these challenges.  The projects included an engineering prototype, an informational trifold brochure, an engineering notebook, and a poster display board.

 As an introduction to our robust middle school STREAM Program, fifth graders also created math-based displays representing researched data.  Their projects connected math to other academic areas through creative displays.

During the fair, experts in diverse areas of science, technology, and engineering judged the projects.  The judges were very impressed by the students' high caliber work.  Several projects will be selected based on the judge's recommendations for display at the Archdiocesan STEM Fair in May.  The selected projects will be announced the week of February 24th.

Congratulations to all our students and to Mrs. Odierna, the STREAM Fair lead organizer, as well as Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Wypasek, and Mr. Grube for the success of the fair.

Middle school students presenting their STREAM Fair project

Middle School students and judges at STREAM Fair

Parents visiting Middle school STREAM Fair


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