STEM @ South River

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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:
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Peer Tutoring
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room A101
3:00-4:00pm
Open to all grade levels, sessions provide an opportunity for students to gain help in specific content areas

STEM Activity Bus
Tuesdays and Thursdays
4:15pm
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
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Upcoming Special Events:

STEM Pathways Night
TBA
6:30pm-8:00pm
School Auditorium

STEM Junior Class Internship Meeting
October 24
6:30pm
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
6:30pm
School Auditorium
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Job Shadow Locations
Grade 9 PBL

Smithsonian Museum Support Center
National Electronics Museum
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Grade 10 PBL

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

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Important STEM Documents/Links:
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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
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For more information on the STEM program, contact:
Geraldine Robbins, STEM Department Chair grobbins@aacps.org

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