STEM Night returning in April


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The annual STEM Night is returning in April, featuring science projects created by students at B-A.

Olivia Stetter, Staff Writer

The fourth annual STEM night will be held on April 26 at Bellwood-Antis.

The idea behind STEM night is to not only showcase work by Bellwood students, but also to show how STEM is at work in the community, which is why the event is open to all members of the BASD community.

One goal of STEM Night is to increase knowledge about the great work the Bellwood-Antis School District produces and educate families about opportunities for STEM based careers. While participation in this project in not mandatory, Bellwood-Antis would like as many students and classes featured for the community.

The event organizers will also be inviting local politicians and news outlets.

In the past projects have ranged from computer sciences to engineering activities. Many displays include hands-on activities for event goers to join in and actively participate.