PALMDALE — Desert Rose Elementary School students will have a new makerspace to be creative, curious and innovative in the arts and science when they can return to campus.
The makerspace covers science, technology, engineerings, arts, and mathematics. Tables are divided by grade level. There is a separate table for transitional kindergarten and kindergarten students and then one each for first through fifth grade. A large cabinet has 21 drawers full of art supplies including paint and crayons. There are also Legos, robotics materials, and miscellaneous science equipment.
“Our goal is to watch our students thrive in these areas,” Desert Rose Principal Melanie Pagliaro said during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning.
Palmdale School District Superintendent Raul Maldonado said he missed seeing students on school campuses.
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