Students Host Lemonade Stand for Holy Spirit School STEM Lab

Students Host Lemonade Stand for Holy Spirit School STEM Lab

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The Steinhoff children presented their donation to Co-Principals Peggy Krewson and Bob Graves.

Over the summer, the four Steinhoff children hosted a neighborhood lemonade stand to benefit Holy Spirit School’s new STEM lab.

The continuing generosity of numerous donors is enabling Holy Spirit School to focus on a STEM Curriculum for all grades. The STEM Curriculum – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math – provides a greater focus for students involving hands-on activities, design thinking, and cooperative learning. Over the course of the year, the science curriculum will begin to incorporate more coding, robotics, and student-led projects. New resources for these projects include two 3-D printers, an Augmented Reality Sandbox, virtual reality software, a portable STEM Lab cart for the lower grades, and more.

The Steinhoffs are excited about the new learning opportunities these materials will bring to them and their classmates.