Arlington ISD Celebrate STEM Week
The Arlington ISD along with the Arlington STEM Council, a group of local community stakeholders that has formed to promote STEM - science, technology, engineering and math - education within the Arlington ISD, kicked off Celebrate STEM Week on Monday! Former NASA aerospace engineer Shayla Rivera spoke with students at both Martin High School and Remynse Elementary about her path to a STEM career, and Arlington Mayor Robert Cluck read a proclamation naming April 27 through May 1 as Celebrate STEM Week in Arlington!
Many events are planned for Celebrate STEM week at select schools, including: television media and radio media in STEM, STEM career speaker day, family science night, VIVA Technology student day, presentations by AISD engineering intern students at Lockheed Martin, careers on wheels day, STEM hallway decoration contest, science vocabulary dress-up day and more. The week will conclude with a grant presentation ceremony by the GM Foundation and also General Motors Student STEM Day for select students from Lamar, Martin and Sam Houston high schools on Friday.
Follow along with the exciting events from this week at #STEMArlington. Click here to see pictures from this event.