Hayden Hennigh and Easton Jost participated in STEM camp through USD 410 last month.
USD 410 students participated in STEM camp in July.
USD 410 students got to participate for free in STEM camp in July thanks to funding through the school district. 32 students entering 3rd – 6th grades were challenged to solve problems and build solutions using common household materials.
“During the 4 day camp they completed over 10 challenges, including building parachutes, constructing catapults for gummy bears and we ended the week making marble mazes” said HMHS teach Tamara Cassidy.
Common materials for these challenges included coffee filters, paperclips and straws.
“Overall, there was a lot of creativity and engineering, but best of all there was a lot of fun,” said Cassidy.