Build a roller coaster, make a lava
lamp, become a wildlife detective - all in one night
a roller coaster. Make a lava lamp. Become a wildlife detective.
Schoharie and Duanesburg students in grades 4-8 can do all that and more
at the fifth annual STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art and Math)
Fun Night at Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School on Friday, Feb. 10.
The Schoharie High School math and science
departments will present the event, which will run from 3-5 p.m., and
pizza will be provided by the Schoharie Teachers Association.
During STEAM Fun Night, students take part in three
activities they've chosen from more than 20 fun and
creative offerings such as treating fractures, LEGO robotics, building a
roller coaster, making a lava lamp, hands-on woodshop, science magic, slimy measurement, nanotechnology, programming and
coding, and even being a wildlife detective.
STEAM is for students of all ages: Schoharie High
School Key Club members and other high school students will be
volunteering to help make STEAM Fun Night a success.
A full listing can be viewed by
event program (PDF).
Information and the required permission form can be
downloaded here (PDF).
At the conclusion of STEAM Fun Night,
parents/guardians may pick up their children in front of the Schoharie
High School cafeteria between 5:15 and 5:30 p.m.
Information about STEAM Fun Night is being sent home with
students and many are signing up for the much-anticipated annual event. Questions should be directed to the high school office.