Adamsville students geared up for STEM Fair with energetic assembly

Adamsville students geared up for STEM Fair with energetic assembly

The event is still two months away, but the Adamsville Primary School students prepared for the annual STEM Fair with an  enthusiastic assembly on Thursday, March 14.


According to Dan Richter, the dedicated Science Coordinator at Adamsville, “excitement peaked during the Science Spectacular Assembly with eager 3rd and 4th Grade students awaiting the kickoff of Adamsville’s  STEM Fair.”


The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Fair will be held on Thursday, May 16.
   
“Anticipation buzzed through the air as the performer (Brandon from Talewise, Inc.) entertained the audience with captivating experiments, from colorful chemical reactions to mind-bending physics demonstrations, dry ice, and more!  Laughter and applause echoed as the scientist engaged the young minds, igniting their curiosity and setting the stage for the upcoming fair,’’ Mr. Richter reported.


He further explained the enjoyable and educational session.


“Following the scientist's dynamic presentation, Adamsville students erupted into enthusiastic chatter, brainstorming ideas for their science fair projects.  Throughout the assembly, the room transformed into a hub of creativity and exploration, with teachers and volunteers guiding students through the process.  As the event concluded, Principal Dr. (James) Singagliese encouraged all attendees to embrace the spirit of inquiry and discovery, reminding them that science knows no bounds,’’ Mr. Richter said. 


“With newfound inspiration, the students eagerly dispersed, eager to delve into their experiments and showcase their passion for science at the upcoming fair which will occur on May 16,” Mr. Richter declared.