Eighteen sixth graders demonstrated SmartLabs at Bishop Elementary School on Sept. 14.
They raced robots, constructed electrical circuits, built simple machines and completed projects including 3-D printed items, moving K’nex machines etc.
The Gill Foundation announced its $400,000 investment in Englewood Schools’ Science/Technology/Engineering Math (STEM)
“SmartLabs,” making Englewood Public Schools the first district in Colorado to provide hands-on STEM learning to all K-12 students.
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