Read a student's view of Morse High's STEM fair

Posted: Tuesday, December 8th 2015

Heating Things Up: Seniors Kyrell Ringpis (left) and Darlene Hernandez (right) use a blowtorch and other equipment for a demonstration in the Physics part of the STEM Fair. The two volunteered as part of their Advanced Placement Physics class’ exhibition for Physics teacher Carlie Nemecek.

Morse held their second annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fair, on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015 to help eighth graders decide where to go for high school.

This year, Morse had decided to host the STEM fair for eighth graders instead of fifth graders to expose eighth graders to Morse. The fair had different departments present experiments to the kids not only to get them interested in STEM fields, but to also consider Morse as their future high school. Student volunteers would either present the experiments for each group of eighth graders or act as the tour guides.

Read more of Morse High student-journalist Summer Habarneh's story on the Morse Code's website»

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