STEAM Fun Night unites students in an evening of hands-on learning
Feb. 14, 2017
More than two dozen DCS 4th-8th graders had fun with science, technology, engineering, art and math at STEAM Fun Night at Schoharie High School on Feb. 10. The students selected from 25 different classes ranging from treating fractures and programming robots to becoming wildlife detectives and studying neuroscience.
The annual event brings together students and staff from Duanesburg and Schoharie central schools for an evening of fun and learning with STEAM teachers and guest presenters from thoughout the Capital Region, including WNYT-TV meteorologist Bob Kovachick.
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