WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Public Schools held its annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair at the Wilmington Middle School on Thursday, April 11.
There were dozens of hands-on activities involving technology and science (earth, physical, and life) for K-8 students in the school’s cafeteria. Activities were organized by Wilmington Public Schools and 11 vendors, including Analog Devices, iRobot, the Wilmington Memorial Library, and Cambridge Police with its bomb-detecting robot.
The event was sponsored by the Wilmington Educational Foundation.
Watch an interview with the fair’s organizer Lisa Murphy, and see highlights from the fair, below courtesy of Wilmington Community Television.
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