The high school robotics club is back, and they’re on a mission to build a bot (and learn some cool stuff).
Innovation in Action
Elementary school students are venturing in the wilds of the Wargo Nature Center this year to explore nature’s mysteries on real-world, interdisciplinary learning adventures.
Students are becoming inventors, artists and creators as part of their learning in the “How to Make Almost Anything” course at Spring Lake Park High School (SLPHS).
As part of a STEM challenge, Westwood fifth grade Spanish Immersion students used the SLP 3D Design process (Discover, Design and Deliver) to construct a boat able to float in water and carry weight.
Using the new STEM makerspace area, Westwood Intermediate and Middle School students had the opportunity to build CO₂ cars from scratch.
Westwood fifth and sixth grade students delivered Shark Tank presentations after using the SLP 3D Design Process (Discover, Design, Deliver) to solve a problem or provide a new product that serves a need for themselves or society.