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All Kindergarten through Fifth grade classes visit our STEM Lab thoughout the year. Students will come to the STEM Lab to work on activities such as coding, engineering towers, robotics, launching rockets, and LEGO Education projects. 

STEM Lab Mission Statement:

In the STEM Lab we will strive to learn and develop our skills in science, technology, engineering, and math. We will seek to understand the world around us by investigating, analyzing, and experimenting. We will build skills in teamwork, critical thinking, computational thinking, and collaboration as we work together on various projects. We will leave class with a heightened understanding, appreciation, and LOVE for STEM!

STEM changes LIVES and the WORLD!


Our 4th and 5th grade competition teams are working hard on their projects.

This year we are scheduled to compete in:

The Boardgame Bonanza at Lehigh Elementary
September 24th
In this event, teams competed in giant board games with engineering twists!  Our team won FIRST PLACE in the elementary division!
The Solar Energy Cook-off at Imaginarium Science Center
December 3rd
In this event, teams design and build solar cookers to cook a full meal for a panel of culinary experts. They are judged on their cooker design and construction as well as the appeal and taste of their food! 
Water Tower Competition
January 28th
In this event, teams will design and engineer water towers to compete against other schools.
Bishop Verot Solar Boat Race
February 25th
In this event, teams will design and engineer solar boats to race against other schools.
C'MON and Full STEAM Ahead Battle of the Bands
March 11th
In this event, teams design and build instruments out of recycled materials and perform a song live at the Children's Museum of Naples!
FGCU Solar Car
In this event, teams will design and engineer solar cars to race against other schools.
Pringles Challenge
In this challenge, students design an build packages to ship a single pringle to a partner school. The goal is to get your pringle to its destination with as little damage as possible, while also maintaining the smallest mass and volume package possible.