The recent Family STEM Night at TCDS was a hit for all – engaging, educational and a lot of fun!
Students participated in a variety of activities that involve STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Kids tested out games that help them learn and master critical math skills, combined math and movement and took part in many hands-on activities and games.
Among the activities:
Middle school students created games for all to play. Student built paper airplanes.
Families constructed recyclable cities in Mrs. Maxwell’s Science classroom. The city – called Imagine Nation – even had a solar system constructed for it! What creative minds our students and their families have.
Middle school students created STEM games for families to play.
A SARSEF representative was on hand to answer any questions students or parents may have.
Students and families checked out the variety of events throughout campus.
We had math games with both playing cards and dice. Students got to takes their games and either dice or cards with them to play at home.
Mrs. Short, our kindergarten through third grade Resource teacher, held Math Yoga in the MPR.
Family STEM Night was a creative and fun evening for our TCDS students and families. A huge thank you to the teachers and staff who facilitated the event: Ms. Lopez, Ms. Sammy, Mrs. Short, Mrs. Huetter, Mrs. Maxwell, Ms. St. Louis, Ms. Gabby and Ms. BreeAuna.