“What can I create?”
It was after-school hours but students couldn’t wait to get back to work exploring inside the Carmel Creek Tinker Lab during a special STREAM Family Night on Dec. 2. The STREAM event was a way for students and parents to take on engineering challenges together, as well as showcase all the “amazing” work going on in the school where students are inspired to create, design and engage in critical thinking to solve real-world problems.
“This night is about celebrating the connection and collaboration between all the STREAM subjects,” said Principal Lisa Ryder.
In the school’s Discovery Labs, students are given an inquiry-based, hands-on layer of learning that connects to the main content focus in science, technology, research engineering, arts and math.
“It’s fun to see the community come together for a fun night,” Ryder said.
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