Fridays are full STEAM ahead for hands-on LR students
Last updated 9/29/2021 at 7:51am
Equipped with spaghetti, masking tape, scissors, and a marshmallow, students work on "the Marshmallow Challenge" in math teacher Kelly Peterson's class. Students working in teams use the materials to build the tallest tower they can, and put the marshmallow on top. "I use it quite often at the beginning of the school year to help build understanding of group dynamics when learning a concept together in a group setting," she said about the activity. From left are junior Sam Amarilla, sophomore Celeste LaPlace, and senior David Borden. - submitted photos
Lake Roosevelt students have been spending Fridays focusing on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) projects.
Junior/Senior High Principal Sara Kennedy shared several photos of students working on STEAM projects in her report to the Grand Coulee Dam School District Board of Directors on Monday.
"Teachers have been doing lots of fun, creative lessons," she wrote in...
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