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Black History Month STEAM Night at Lakeland Elementary Middle

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Lakeland Elementary Middle in Baltimore City celebrated Black History Month with a STEAM Night. Families and community members worked side by side solving engineering challenges, learning about famous engineers and scientists, creating a terrarium and making extreme slime. LET’S GO hosted a station where youth designed a new playground for their community. Students made large slides, swings, a…

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Make it Work in Action

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Middle school students at Lakeland Elementary proudly pose for a picture with their successful life boat that they completed during Make it Work challenge. For this challenge, the students had to work together to make a boat constructed with materials from their supplies kit to float on the water and hold 5 passengers (represented by…

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Making an ROV in SeaPerch

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How does an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle: [ROV] work? Students at Eagle Academy PCS Congress Heights Campus are learning all about it. About twelve 2nd and 3rd graders are measuring, cutting, soldering, gluing and building their own ROV to use at a competition in late March. Building a SeaPerch ROV teaches basic skills in ship…

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USNA Donor Drive

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Our mission statement drives everything we do. Our mission is to Break the Cycle of Poverty through STEM education and workforce development. Learn more: The Need and the Students We Serve. We design our programs consistent with our Theory of Change. The elementary and middle school students who participate in our STEM enrichment activities develop…

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Creating a STEM Zone at THEARC!

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Students at the FBR Boys and Girls Club in Washington DC have been learning about visual coding and how it applies to robotics. LET’S GO leads about 10 students every week through the LEGO Education curriculum garnering excitement and curiosity about how to make their missions work. This is all part of a larger mission…

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Inspiring the Science and Technology Leaders of Tomorrow

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On Saturday January 13th, 18 FIRST LEGO League teams gathered at Fort Worthington Elementary to participate in the Regional Qualifier. This season LET’S GO mentored 3 Baltimore City teams comprised of 4th and 5th graders and their coaches: Govans Elementary, Lakeland Elementary Middle and Westport Academy. FIRST LEGO League challenges youth to think like scientists and engineers….

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“Rate us” DC STEM Network

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Recently, LET’S GO Boys and Girls was accepted into the DC STEM Network. The organization helps connect schools, parents, and STEM providers together. We are thrilled to be a partner. Now we’d like to get a rating on their website, would you help? Click here and began. dcstemnetwork.org This is a great way to let…

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Feature STEM Scholar

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We’d like to introduce you to VaShaun Davis. Participating in a LET’S GO robotics activity at Covenant House Washington in 2016, he was then recommended to LET’S GO as an instructor. VaShaun began to run activities for us at the local Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington, FBR branch at THEARC. He took on…

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STEM PD

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Instructors at Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys participated in a LET’S GO STEM training in January. Learning by Doing has always been one of the core concepts at LET’S GO and that applies to both students and teachers. One of the STEM activities explored is Ecology Academy, a wonderful K-5th gr. introduction to…

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Westport Guest Speaker

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On Tuesday, January 23rd, Westport Elementary/Middle School hosted guest speaker Job Bedford from Ready Robotics. Job received his Master’s degree in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon and spoke to the students about his previous positions at NASA as well as Disney as an Imagineer before his current position working for Ready Robotics in Baltimore City. Job…

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