• 21st Century Science

    New digital scales will be implemented in classroom projects, helping elementary students to conduct experiments and be sure their mass measurements are accurate.

    Anderson - Jennifer Chapates

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  • A Camping We Will Go

    5th grade students will be immersed in hands-on science discovery delivered in specially-designed outdoor classrooms, all while enjoying the experience of over-night camp.

    Rountree - Paige Zettler, Tina Kitzman, Kelly Merrill

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  • Adaptations Extravaganza

    The Heard Museum will present activities that will actively involve students in the adaptation changes of animals and plants, furthermore bringing their nonfiction reading to life. Students will be able to explore those adaptations and the changes that their environments may influence.

    Rountree - Cristen Allen

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  • All Aboard to STEAM Central

    This grant will provide the opportunity for students to participate in meaningful STEAM/coding activities. These activities will encourage creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and innovation

    Story - Meghan Gable

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  • Animal Ambassadors

    The Heard Museum will present live animals and natural specimens to students, who will be able to explore the animals and the environments they come from. 

    Rountree - Cristen Allen

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  • Big CODE from Mini Spheros

    Cheatham's Robotics/ Coding Clubs meet every week after school to work in collaborative groups to complete different challenges with an assortment of robotics. After designing, building, and programming, the club members will present their robot challenge to their peers.

    Cheatham - Karri Decker, Courtney Knight

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  • Bolin's Robotics Club

    Bolin’s Robotics Club meets every week after school to work in collaborative groups to complete different challenges with an assortment of robotics. After designing, building, and programming, the club members will present their robot challenge to their peers.

    Bolin - Allyson Kennaugh

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  • Circuit Mazes

    The circuit mazes will allow students to create complete circuits in a challenging, exciting, and open-ended ways using logic and problem-solving skills.

    Bolin - Breanna Daniels, Sonja Louis

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  • Classroom Roboto

    Learning through play is vital for developing brains. Robotics projects help build leaders, teamwork, and prepare students for future careers.

    Norton - Shawna Wheeler

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  • Come on in...the bots are waiting!

    With the VEX robotics system, students will have fun and learn to understand the adaptive nature of technology while learning and practicing communication and team building skills. Both skill sets are vital for students’ future employment success.

    Ereckson - Raul Castillo

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