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Extra Science and Math Work Yields Hockey Tickets

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Additional science and math work paid off for Aimee Volk’s third grade Kreamer Street Elementary School students in the South Country Central School District who all earned and received two free New York Islanders game tickets. 
In addition to their regular course work, the students took a Hockey Scholar Math and Science online course to build their STEM skills. Sponsored by EverFI, Inc. and the New York Islanders, the students volunteered to participate in immersive hockey simulations which explored the real-life applications of fundamental math and STEM concepts. The hockey simulations were designed to build the students’ confidence, mastery and interest in these important 21st-century concepts.   
Principal Sean Clark said he was proud of the students for taking time to participate in this program and wishes the class much success in its science and math studies.
 


Saturday, February 22, 2020
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