Wilson K-8 School’s third-annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math night takes place next Wednesday, Jan. 22, with a new addition: art.
This changes the night from “STEM” to “STEAM,” and allows for a more diverse range of guests and activities. The event is available for all Wilson students and their families, and indicates a growing trend of science- and science-meets-art-based learning at local schools.
“Not everyone learns the same way, and I think having opportunities where they see different methods of learning – whether it’s hands-on or from a book – everyone can learn a little something from this,” said Kassi Sramek, chairperson for the STEAM night.
The first STEM night housed 17 tables and saw 117 students and their families. This year,…