HPC makes learning about STEM a family affair

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High Plains Elementary students and their parents gathered in Clarks Thursday night to get an up close and personal introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) during STEM family night.
Teacher and event coordinator Aaron Rhode reported that more than 50 percent of their students joined in the evening’s activities, that sought to mix learning with fun.
Families were challenged with a variety of tasks from building shelters, racing balloons and creating a Rube Goldberg machine. There was also a virtual reality experience, different robots and an area to create stop-motion Lego movies.

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