Updated: Aug 15
St. Benedict's first-ever STEAM Week was a resounding success! From preschoolers to eighth graders, everyone came together to explore the exciting fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math through interactive projects and activities. The week was an incredible showcase of our student's curiosity, creativity, and passion for learning.
For the past two years, St. Benedict's has been implementing STEAM education in our classrooms, and we couldn't be more proud of the progress we've made. Our teachers have been working tirelessly to integrate STEAM concepts into their lessons, and our students have been thriving in this interdisciplinary approach to learning.
During STEAM Week, students participated in various hands-on activities, such as building robots, creating art pieces using technology, designing and constructing structures, and exploring mathematical concepts through puzzles and games. Additionally, the students presented their student-led projects, showcasing their innovative ideas and solutions to real-world problems.
"I am humbled by the love and effort that went into making this week special for our school and our visitors," said Interdisciplinary STEAM Director, Mr. Chris Scandrett. "It's amazing to see how much our students have grown and how much they've learned in just two years of STEAM implementation. I'm excited to see where they'll take their education in the future."
The success of STEAM Week is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our teachers and students. We are grateful for their commitment to this innovative approach to learning, and we are excited to continue exploring the limitless possibilities of STEAM education.
Thank you to everyone involved in making STEAM Week a success, and we look forward to seeing what our students will achieve in the future!