STEAM Night

Lowell Elementary STEAM Night November 14, 2017, Tuesday 5:00-7:30 pm for Lowell students & families

5:00-7:30 Food Trucks on campus:
Scotty's Hot Dogs, Kanak Attack,  BBQ Guy

6:00-6:30 Opening STEAM Assembly Dr. Henry Charlier alter-ego Dr. Picklestein


Here are a few YouTube videos showing Dr. Pickelstein in action.

https://youtu.be/BXWdygKYafM

https://youtu.be/s_Zly6L2EQE

https://youtu.be/5D_iMPsoRZQ

https://youtu.be/xbVC4G7qgCI

https://youtu.be/j_hpO7eEpbs


6:30-7:30 Classroom Activities
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The rest of the evening will be an open rotation, families are welcome to visit any classrooms they would like.
  • Our hope is each person will take the time to explore and interact with the many STEAM activities.  
  • Our goal inspire a passion for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) in students through discovery and hands-on experience.

  • A list of all the different STEAM activities will be provided at the door on the day of the event.

We look forward to seeing you all during the evening at our STEAM Night event!
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P
revious School Year 2016-2017 Great News! We just learned Lowell has been awarded the grant to have the Micron STEMbus come to Lowell in March!! STEM Bus Lowell Elementary will host a Family STEAM Awareness Day for the very first time this year in March. The STEAM Awareness Day is about promoting science, technology, engineering, arts and math at Lowell Elementary for our students and their families. We are writing a grant that will help enhance this day by providing us access to the Micron STEMbus (if awarded) throughout the day. We will also, host an evening family event to showcase grade level K-6 STEAM activities.  Families will have the opportunity to explore and experience the Micron STEMbus with their children throughout the evening.

 

Part of the grant process is to submit and post a video showcasing current activities taking place in our school in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math at Lowell.