A STEM-ulating day at HEM

High school and elementary students in Hanna learn from UW students


Mike Armstrong

Aimslee Claice, left, and Zoe Gordon appear excited about getting hands on learning about STEM.

Students at Hanna, Elk Mountain, Medicine Bow (HEM) High School and Hanna Elementary School have recently spent the 3rd Friday of each month out on a limb. Or, rather, a STEM as they are involved in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program.

In February, students from the University of Wyoming visited HEM and gave presentations in their fields of study to both high school and elementary students. It was the first endeavor of this kind to mix the students of all ages in a learning program like STEM.

"We tried to incorporate the grade school and high school more together and...

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