St. Anne’s Episcopal School’s Lower School Family STEM Night drew a crowd of over 100 students and parents who were eager to work on a STEM challenge together.
The goal of the Lower School Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program at St. Anne’s is to allow students to direct their own learning experience, to engage and learn in a new way, and to be creative and problem solve. Students learned that there were many solutions to the challenge of building a bridge to “Get the Three Billy Goats Gruff to the greener grass.”
St. Anne’s Episcopal School is a co-ed independent day school for children Pre-school (age 3) through 8th grade (https://www.stannesde.org). Founded by visionary educators from St. Andrew’s School in 2002, St. Anne’s academic program is geared to prepare students for a rigorous high school experience and provides a student/teacher ratio of 7:1. St. Anne’s is located on 125 scenic acres in Middletown, Delaware, and is committed to the development of the whole child through intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, and artistic growth.