We are excited to announce the first annual STEM Family Night at Kennett Consolidated School District. We have created this fun filled evening to encourage dynamic interactions among family members and increase awareness regarding the STEM opportunities at Kennett.
The activities focus on applications of STEM principles that encourage families to build, create, and learn together.
Members of our staff and our students have volunteered to host a variety of stations. These stations include engineering challenges, liquid Nitrogen ice cream preparation, chemistry demonstrations, Blue Demon Robotics, dragster races, 3-D printing, math games, puzzles, and computer apps. The stations are designed so children ages kindergarten through 8th grade can explore the underlying principles of science and engineering.
The event will be hosted at Kennett Middle School on June 7th starting at 6:30 PM. The STEM Family Night is just one of a number of STEM opportunities we offer our Kennett children. We hope that you will consider joining us and share this experience with your children.
Please contact Dr. Lydia Hallman if you have questions or comments regarding the evening.