On Friday, October 6th, our students got to see what STEAM options are available to them when they get to the high school. There were so many classes no group got to see every option: manufacturing, welding, robotics, CAD, CAM, cooking, music, art options, forestation projects, greenhouse horticulture, tiny house building, computer programming, FFA, and more. Our students came back excited about their future opportunities!
Members of the Newberg High School robotics team, Drew, Riley, and Trey, demonstrated how their robot works and worked with Ewing Young Grades 4 and 5 this morning! More STEM in action at our school! Riley and Trey attended EY and participated in our robotics program several years ago. It was a great opportunity for our students to see how what they are doing in elementary school extends to the high school level.
NHS coach, Mark Brown, and his boys basketball team visited EY today as part of their outreach to elementary students. Today, they worked with EY students in Mr. Sturdevant’s PE class on basketball skills. It’s great to have the team working with us! Thanks Coach Brown, Mr. Sturdevant, and the boys hoops team!