There are several ingredients to earning that letter. “Part of that is tied to grades, classes, and community engagement in STEM-related things,” said Craig Beals, chemistry teacher and faculty advisor at the Senior STEM Association.
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.
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“We created the STEM Society as part of our five-year plan to increase enrollment in advanced science classes,” says Beals.
STEM Society commenced operations in the 2014-15 school year. Beals has been working with a senior soccer coach to develop the criteria for earning letters in science.
“You don’t have to be an A. You just need to be concerned,” says Beals. “You can still be a C student. You just need to be more outgoing and more involved in order to get the grades you write to and achieve in science. ”
One way in which Council STEM implementation advisor to other students. Recently, 14 members of the STEM has brought the magic of science to students in primary schools Newman in Billings.
Students from class 3rd through 6th grade sitting cross-legged or on their knees on the gymnasium floor They scream and clap as high school students’ lit soap bubbles ignite, causing the water to “disappear” through chemistry or demonstrate signs Head of Physics
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