WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to share that five elementary school students in the district will represent the Northern New England region in the remotely held Henry Ford Annual Invention Convention U.S. Nationals this June.
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden and Blake Middle School Principal Nathaniel Vaughn are pleased to share that Blake Middle School students last week participated in several activities to learn about computer science and coding.
Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple invites parents and families of the Weymouth Public Schools to a Full STEAM Ahead event later this week.
Superintendent Lisha Cabral is pleased to announce that Easton students will have several opportunities to learn about and explore the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields later this month.
LAWRENCE — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that 10th grade STEAM students joined their peers throughout the state at a Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) Education Evolution learning showcase.
LAWRENCE — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that a group of 10th grade STEAM students recently competed and excelled in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposia.
Swasey Central Elementary School Students Participate in Thermo Fisher Scientific Engineering Challenge
BRENTWOOD– Approximately 150 Swasey Central Elementary School students put their science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) skills to the test last week after representatives from Thermo Fisher Scientific challenged them to design and build nano-machine prototypes to combat cancer.
BRENTWOOD — Swasey Central School students and parents came together for a unique learning opportunity last week as they participated in an Hour of Code event.
Tthe Rockland Public Schools will once again participate in this year’s Hour of Code, celebrating computer science and technology.
HULL — The Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School has some exciting new technology in the form of an Ozobot.