For Students and Families

  • stem presenter Students and families will enjoy seeing and interacting with displays from community organizations and booths from every school in the district. Each school's booth is different and showcases something the students at that school are learning. School booths will highlight projects or demonstrations related to 21st century skills, this year's Expo theme. Interactive community displays will highlight careers and career pathways from across our region.
    The STEM competition is a favorite part of the event for many students and families. See the best student projects from around the district and hear what the students learned by doing them.
    Want to participate? 
    Do you have a student in grade 4 through 8 who loves science and science experiments, is interested in creating tools to solve problems, or strives to research answers to interesting science or math questions? If so, the Innovation Expo STEM Competition is a perfect opportunity for your child.
    Students in grades 4 through 8 can submit a project entry to their science teacher in one of three categories:
    • Experiment
    • Research
    • Engineering Design
    Selected projects from each class will be invited to enter the districtwide Innovation Expo STEM Competition at Angel of the Winds (formerly Xfinity) Arena on June 5. For more information connect with your student’s science teacher.