STEM @ South River


Below you will find information about the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics magnet program at South River High School. The STEM program is designed to engage students in a hands on approach to learning through real world problem solving and cross-curricular instruction. The STEM teachers are dedicated to preparing students for 21st century careers in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics..

STEM After School Tutoring:
Peer Tutoring
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room A101
Open to all grade levels, sessions provide an opportunity for students to gain help in specific content areas

STEM Activity Bus
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Limited to STEM students ONLY

STEM Study & Organizational Skills
Mondays, Room A101 or C116
During NEST, Blue Block
Thursdays, Room A101
2:15pm – 3:00pm
Designed for once a week participation.  Students welcome to attend both days for extra help
Upcoming Special Events:

STEM Pathways Night
School Auditorium

STEM Junior Class Internship Meeting
October 24
School Auditorium

STEM Information Night for New Applicants
October 3
6:00 – 6:30pm STEM Student Displays (Auditorium Lobby)
6:30pm-8:00pm STEM Program Information
School Auditorium
STEM 9th Grade Parent Information Night
August 20
School Auditorium

Job Shadow Locations
Grade 9 PBL

Smithsonian Museum Support Center
National Electronics Museum
Grade 10 PBL

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
National Museum of Health & Medicine
The Institute of Marine & Environmental  Technology


Important STEM Documents/Links:
Application for STEM Magnet program: Open from Oct. 1- Dec. 2.
Student Internship Agreement- please sign and give to Mr. Brown
Internship Information Presentation 2013
Edmodo- Our source for most communication with students and parents
AACC Engineering Expo Flyer
STEM Recruiting PPT
STEM Profile Class of 2013
For more information on the STEM program, contact:
Geraldine Robbins, STEM Department Chair

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