Kreamer Elementary moves full STEAM ahead

Kreamer Elementary moves full STEAM ahead photo
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To celebrate the opening of its new science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics lab later this fall, Kreamer Street Elementary School in the South Country Central School District hosted STEAM Day on Sept. 27. Sponsored by the PTA, STEAM Day hosted Mr. AJ from Mobile Education Productions, Inc. to introduce students to STEAM concepts.

“All of what you do each day is made available through STEAM,” Mr. AJ told the students. 

Students entering the gymnasium had a choice of STEAM centers that were part of an interactive museum, including the building of a Roman arch, modern structures building and gears, robots, a plasma sphere, circuitry, a music maker, a STEAM arcade, 3D printing and more. Teacher organizer Gina Benzie said the goal of the program is to allow the students to explore through doing, introduce them to STEAM concepts and to excite them about having their own STEAM lab this fall.