Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math
Female students entering middle and junior high school had the opportunity to put their heads together and create something amazing from July 15-19. Students spent five days working on projects that reinforce STEAM (science, technology engineering, art and math) skills, including riding and building roller coasters, learning how to code and 3-D printer applications.
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Wessendorff students Ishua Parikh, front, and Allie Roman create their own pinball machine.
Scarlett Orellana-Guerrero glues her project together.
Ariana Santos and Natayvia Woodson put their heads together to complete a project.
From left, Brooklyn Bimage, Alaya Hernandez and Uforo Mbarikit discuss how to decorate their pinball machine.
Malyrie Cottonham and Evelyn Hernandez draw charms for their shrinky-dink project.
Wessendorff student Catherine Anders decorates her pinball machine.
Raina Kim shows off her shrinky-dink charm before its shrunk with heat. When Kim grows up, she wants to be a violinist.