A STEAM-Filled Summer

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Students in the Lynbrook Public Schools are honing their science, technology, engineering, art and mathematic skills this summer during the district’s three-week Summer STEAM Academy at Lynbrook High School. Thirty-nine students entering grades 6-9 enrolled in the program, which is in its fifth year this summer. 

Upon registration in the spring, students select STEAM Academy classes that fit their interests. These range from 3-D Art Design, Robotics, Science in the Real World and Structures: Bridge Building. During the program, students engage in two of these hour and a half classes each day, Monday through Thursday. With the help of Lynbrook’s Instructional Technology Coordinator Neil MacDermott and teachers from throughout the district, all courses allow the students to problem solve, explore their creativity, strengthen their teamwork abilities and become innovative individuals with hands-on projects and activities.