Governor Thomas Johnson Middle School hosted their third annual science, technology, engineering, and mathematics night, Wednesday evening.
Over 200 students and parents had the chance to get their hands on 10 different activities. Some of Wednesday activities included, making nitrogen ice cream, constructing Lego robots, building bicycles and 3D printers. There were also demonstrations from junior fire company, as well as a live truck operation done by our photo journalist, Brandon Rosa. The STEM night gives students the idea of what type of career they would like to pursue in the future.
Governor Thomas Johnson Middle School, seventh and eighth grade science teacher, Kim Hayden said, “science and education can be a lot of fun and interactive and that they can begin to see and experience things they would like to do with their future as they begin to prepare for high school, especially our 8th graders.”
Wednesday’s STEM night also had a crime scene investigator station.