The recent, senseless deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor, have sparked an outpouring of emotions and highlighted the inequities and injustices faced by people of color in our country. We want to openly share that we stand united with our Black community at home and across the nation. We repudiate systemic injustice that is rooted in racist ideology as well as the culture that allows that ideology to exist. We believe that racism and prejudice are unacceptable in our society and we grieve the losses and trauma that have resulted from decades of systematic racism in our country. More...
Have you ever wanted to take off and explore the Amazon but just can't find the time? STEAM Studio students found a solution to that pesky problem by visiting the University of Illinois' CITL (Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning) Armory Innovation Spaces: Innovation Studio and TechHub and working at STEAM Studio to creatively solve problems they would approach in their real-life travel! Check out the I-STEM article for more details about this exciting unit!
STEAM Studio's Tera Group (grades 3-5) focused a recent unit around Astro-Technology. The class invited University of Illinois Astronomy Professor, Tony Wong, to present and lead a lab activity in which students learned and made their own telescopes. I-STEM was there to cover the event and posted a story on their site. Read the full article.
What happens to balloons in a bell jar when you remove the air pressure and create a vacuum? What happens to marshmallows? The liquid in a barometer? How do these relate to our weather?
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Jonah S. competed in the IESA State Cross Country meet for a second time finishing 39th out of 233 runners in the boys 1A division. His final time was 11:37, nearly besting his personal record.
NGS Cross Country athlete Fallon M. became the school's first girl qualifier for the IESA State Cross Country Meet with her 14th place finish in the girls division during sectionals. Fallon went on to achieve 183rd place as 6th grade student amid a field of 232 runners.