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After School Stem Program


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Students in the after school STEM program learned more about the skeletal system and why it's important, then made masks of their skulls.







Students in the afterschool STEM program learned about the skeletal system, how many bones we have, and why we need bones in our body.  Then they discussed the career of a radiologist. They looked at x-rays , then combined art and created x-rays of their own hand. 






On September 25th and 26th the students in the STEM after school program made solar ovens. A solar oven is a box that traps some of the Sun’s energy to make the air inside the box hotter than the air outside the box. On September 30th and October 1st, the STEM students "cooked" s'mores in their solar ovens, and then enjoyed their treats.  They would like to thank Pizza Hut for donating the boxes that were used to make the solar ovens.


photos of students making solar ovens and eating smores






In the STEM after school program, they recently read the book Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon and then made towers out of pencils.  They talked about working together and cooperation as they worked to design and build their towers. 


photos of students making towers out of pencils