STEM School wins Governor's Thomas Edison Award
Oct 19, 2012
The STEM School earned a Governor's Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEM Education for the third consecutive year. Requirements were that the school had to conduct a local science fair with 20 or more students, qualify one or more of these students for one of the Ohio Academy of Science's 15 district science days, have students participate in at least one more youth science opportunity beyond the classroom, and convince external professionals how and to what extent the school's program met the Academy's definition of STEM education. The STEM School was one of 12 schools to receive the maximum median score of 10 points. To view the press release, visit http://www.ohiosci.org/PR2012GovSTEMAwards.pdf.