Clinton-Massie students STEM learning


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Clinton-Massie students learn at the recent STEM camp.


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Twenty-right Clinton-Massie students in grades 2-6 recently attended the first-ever Clinton-Massie Local School District STEM camp.

Students were presented with daily challenges that explored various topics related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics — marble movers, the egg-drop project, and air-powered rockets, to name a few.

Students were also introduced to: stop-motion camera techniques by Director of Innovation and Instruction David Moss; the physics of roller coasters by eighth-grade science teacher A.J. Avery; computer-aided design via Tinkercad by middle school principal Lorinda Ottaway; and laser engraving by Great Oaks Satellite Instructor Jimmy Brady.

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Clinton-Massie students learn at the recent STEM camp.
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