4th and 5th grade ended their space week by making galaxy bottles.
Students in the Arts & Crafts club at Stowers make their own puzzles. They learned about asymmetrical and symmetrical lines, while also creating a masterpiece using their favorite colors!
Diane Laura volunteered her time to speak to students at Lithia Springs about her job as a DEVELOP Program Manager at NASA Langley Research Center. She gave students examples of job duties and situations involving robotic/engineering/programming skills. The students were able to ask questions and learn more about her job at NASA Langley Research Center.
Diane Laura, DEVELOP Program Manager at NASA Langley Research Center, volunteered her time to speak to the robotics club about her job at the NASA Langley Research Center. She gave the club examples of jobs and situations that required robotic/engineering/programming skills to accomplish. The kids got a chance to ask her questions and learn more about her role at NASA.
Students in the Robotics Club here at Kingswood Elementary get ready to take on their afterschool fun! They incorporate math and science in today’s activity, along with valuing the importance of team work and working together.
The Suncoast Community Health Center paid a visit to BSAC B.A.S.E students at Kingswood Elementary to provide free dental cleanings. Upon completion, students received goody bags with dental supplies and tools. This opportunity was especially helpful for parents who may not have the time or resources to bring their kids to the dentist. We would like to thank the Suncoast Community Health Center for making an impact in the lives of our students and families, and in the community.