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Upper Township Middle School to Celebrate STEM Month

 

By Press Release

PETERSBURG – Upper Township Middle School (UTMS) will celebrate New Jersey’s STEM Month, March 14, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., with STEMinar.
According to a release, STEMinar is an event showcasing the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) of the world today, and what it means for jobs and careers now, and in the future.
The evening will conclude with a Raspberry Pi giveaway due to the generosity of the NJ STEM Pathways Network, funded through the Overdeck Family Foundation, awarded to UTMS as part of their STEM Month mini-grant program.
This community event is for all ages, proficiency from beginner to advanced, and invites participation in “hands-on” STEM experiences.
The public is invited to attend and engage with representatives from colleges and universities, technical schools, and industry professionals showcasing STEM in their perspective fields.
Activities will be facilitated by middle school students and teachers, as well as local STEM affiliates.
Refreshments and merchandise will be available for purchase. UTMS looks forward to gathering students, parents, teachers and administrators, community members, and local legislators to enjoy an evening of fun with STEM.
For information, visit the district website, upperschools.org, or FaceBook page, @upperschools, for information. For STEM events throughout the month, please follow the NJ STEM Pathways Network on Twitter (@NJSTEMPathways).

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