WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Public Schools held its annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair at the Wilmington Middle School last month.
There were dozens of hands-on activities involving technology and science (earth, physical, and life) for K-8 students in the school’s cafeteria. Pfizer, Analog, Wilmington Memorial Library, Boston Dynamic, 4-H Science Pirates, Salem 5, Beyond Benign, Nick Toth, Judith and Chuck Kitchin, Janelle Vultaggio, Sergeant Fran Martino from the Wilmington Police Department, and iRobot all organized activity stations for students.
The evening was sponsored, in part, by the Wilmington Educational Foundation.
Wilmington Community Television staffers Don Leard and John Cimeno were on hand to record highlights of the event. Watch their coverage, just released last week, below:
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