STEM Capstone events in December showcase learning with student-created work
January 6, 2020
STEM students put what they have learned on display at capstone events on December 18, 2019.
Greenbriar Middle School fifth grade STEM students had a Museum of Natural History for families, friends, staff and other students to enjoy.
Students shared what they learned about various ecosystems as well as early Mesoamerican civilizations. The Sahara Desert, Great Barrier Reef, Incas, Mayas, Aztecs, and even Lake Erie were just a few of the topics discussed by students.
Pleasant Valley Elementary School second grade STEM students shared all that they have learned about weather. Families, staff, students and the community viewed student-created weather instruments, forecasts and research. Plus, they tested their knowledge on the weather through trivia games at the Wild World of Weather event. Each student also wore a bracelet that described the water cycle!
Sixth grade STEM at Greenbriar and fourth grade STEM at Pleasant Valley also held capstones on December 18, as well!