Festival of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math May 9 at SCC

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Students displayed their work at the 2014 STEM Festival
Photo courtesy STEM

On Saturday May 9, 2015, the third annual Shoreline STEM Festival will be held at Shoreline Community College from 10:00am to 2:00pm. This rapidly growing event is held for the educational benefit of all the students of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park thanks to the support and generosity of Shoreline Community College, the Shoreline School District and the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation.

Everyone in the community is invited to the free event to see some of the very amazing science work of our K-12 students and to talk to them about their individual projects.

In addition, there will be exhibitors representing many different areas of STEM with tables for everyone to see along with many hands-on activities. Students can visit tables with their own “Passport” to education that can be stamped and which district teachers might be interested in seeing.

Reptile Man (12:30-1:30), robots all over, DNA mystery investigations, butterflies, insects, local environmental groups, lab medicine, histology and many, many more diverse exhibitors will be there.  

A Washington State science fair table will provide students with information into participation in higher level science fairs where millions of dollars in awards and scholarships are handed out.

Awards for schools and students, brief talks from highly regarded professionals regarding females in STEM and wrap up will be from 1:30-2:00. It is an educational event not to be missed. For more information and to keep up with what is happening visit the webpage.


Anonymous,  April 30, 2015 at 12:02 PM  

Thank goodness Cascade K-8 runs their version as STEAM ! ARTS are necessary!

Anonymous,  May 3, 2015 at 4:43 PM  

Dear Anonymous, lets have a cup of coffee if you care to contact me and find out the lengths that we went to include arts. Your profession? Let's talk. Anxious to hear more
Ray Koelling of Shoreline STEM, Lake Forest Park

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