Media Contact: Stephanie Adams
Community Outreach Director
STEM Invites Community to Exhibition Night
Kettering OH, 12/10/2018 -
The Dayton Regional STEM School will host its Winter Exhibition Night on Thursday December 13th from 5-7pm. During this exciting event, students will showcase the innovative projects that they have been working on throughout the semester. Student exhibits will span all grade levels and subject areas. Just a few examples of this semester's exhibits are a virtual history museum, student-coded websites, the chemistry of creating soap, and 3D printed prosthetics for Peggy, the footless chicken. Exhibition Night is free and open to the community.
Exhibition Night comes at the perfect time for families looking to enroll a student at the Dayton Regional STEM School. Prospective families can get a true glimpse of STEM's Project Based Learning model, explore the school in full swing, and chat with current teachers, students, and parents about their experiences. New student applications are now available for the 2019-20 school year at daytonstemschool.org/admissions.
We invite members of the press to attend and cover this event. Please contact Community Outreach Director, Stephanie Adams, at firstname.lastname@example.org
to confirm attendance.
About The Dayton Regional STEM School
Founded in 2009, The Dayton Regional STEM School prepares students with the skills necessary to compete in the global economy. The school serves grades 6-12, with a current enrollment of 670 students from more than 35 school districts in six counties. STEM students engage in project-based learning, career exploration and real-world problem-solving with the help of professionals across the Dayton region and beyond.