One student used the Science Fair to help him answer a question that we often wonder. What brand of battery lasts the longest? We learned that the Energizer battery lasted the longest in his experiment.
One Science Fair project that was popular involved worms. How far do they travel? Our student was disappointed that the worm didn't travel far at all.
Many students participated in our STEM Challenges throughout the year. We were impressed by their work and effort outside of classroom time. They visited museums, walked on nature trails, and conducted experiments. We are proud of the work.
Every quarter, parents received a STEM newsletter filled with resources, tips, and challenges. We had fun creating these packets. We hope you enjoyed reading them.
One student not only built a house, he built a mini city. Animals were free to roam and cars could travel across the bridge.
Students were able to use their creativity and artistic talents within STEM Challenges. Kids designed robots, houses, and pizzas online. Th
Our students used technology to track the weather, locate the International Space Station, and see animals in zoos. They loved to see the live data.
Students visited Kingswood stores during Math Night. They used their math skills to weigh fruit, figure out prices, and stay within a budget. Everyone had a great time.
Students became CSI agents on our Science Night. They had to analyze clues to figure out who was performing good deeds at Kingswood. They signed a thank you card for Mr. Bruce. He does a great job. We are thankful to have him.
Evan won first place in our school science fair. He went on to win an exemplary ribbon at the Regional Science Fair and an honorable mention ribbon at the State Science Fair. Way to go, Evan!
KES STEM Team
Our STEM Team includes teachers and parents.