Adamsville students show off their work at STEM Fair

Adamsville students show off their work at STEM Fair

The young scientists at the Adamsville Primary School were quickly back to work.

On the first day the Bridgewater-Raritan Regional School District returned from the six-day Memorial Day break, Adamsville held its STEM Fair on Thursday evening, June 1.

A total of 42 students from Grades 3 and 4 participated in this event that was kicked off back in April with an interactive STEM assembly from Talewise. 

 The event was organized by Adamsville’s Science Coordinator and Technology Teacher, Daniel Richter. 

 Mr. Richter engaged the crowd using the microphone sound system during the event announcing demonstrations, live experiments and keeping the event on schedule. 

 Students received their certificates at the conclusion of the event and participated in a photo opportunity.  

Adamsville Principal Dr. James Singagliese was impressed with the students and their projects.

“The students did an amazing job researching, testing, and assembling their projects.  It was a fantastic event overall,” he said.