March 29, 2015

Robotics Field Trip

Robotics Field Trip Robotics Field Trip

Many Hands

Many Hands Many Hands

Middle School Science Olympiad Awards

Middle School Science Olympiad Awards Middle School Science Olympiad Awards

Science Olympiad Awards

Science Olympiad Awards Science Olympiad Awards

Science Olympiad Participants

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Middle School Science Olympiad Participants

Middle School Science Olympiad Participants Middle School Science Olympiad Participants

Middle School News and Events

ISD Summer Camps 2015

Ingham Intermediate School District (ISD) is pleased to offer a variety of summer camp options for students in grades 6-10.  All camps will run from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. with the exception of Cosmetology Camp, which will run from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  Addition information and registration links are available on the ISD’s website as www.inghamisd.org/cacc  in early March 2015 registration is required.  Please call Erin Graf or Tania Dupuis at 623-6120 if funding is a concern.  Click here to view the flyer.

Enrichment Opportunities

Lansing Community College offers a variety of excellent enrichment programs for students. The sessions take place on Saturdays from late February until late March and are held at the LCC East Campus. Students in grades 6-9 can take part in courses such as: Beginning Architectural Drafting; Learning to Become a Radio Reporter; Basics of Drones, How to Make Apps, or Discovering Bones and Joints.

LCC is also offering a special session for girls, which aims to empower and engage them in STEM subjects such as Lego Robotics, Game Design, and Mobile Apps. The girls will also take several field trips and hear from guest speakers to learn how science, technology, engineering and math are used in careers.

Click here to see a specific program guide. The website is  http://www.lcc.edu/ece/youth_programs/gate/index.aspx.

 

MS Girls Math and Science Day at MSU

Michigan State University’s chapter of the Graduate Women in Science would like to invite your students to attend our Middle School Girls Math and Science Day. This free half-day event is an opportunity for middle school girls to try science demos and games while working with enthusiastic and knowledgeable science students and researchers at MSU. In the past, these activities have ranged from learning about CPR to the chemical reaction behind making homemade ice cream. Girls choose which sessions they would like to attend and rotate every half hour to a new session.

Click here for the flier.

The event will take place on Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 8:00am – 12:30 pm at Biomedical Physical Science Building. Girls can register at  http://middleschoolgirlsmathscienceday.weebly.com/.

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