Science, technology, engineering, and math are what compose STEM. The fastest growing category in jobs is also one of the most crucial and is being heavily implemented in our modern school system. For some students, it isn’t quite enough so every Monday they meet for some extra fun activities that involve STEM. On Monday, December 10th, juniors Gretchen Raedle and Pacey Salzman lead the group in an activity where students cut out cardboard or paper hands, then they connected straws and strings to make a make-shift prosthetic hand.
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