Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Isle of Hope K8 Named a Finalist for 2018 STEM Education STEM Day Activities Award

Published on: 10/31/2018

The Technology Association of Georgia has announced that Isle of Hope K-8 STEAM School is once again a finalist for a Georgia state STEM Education Award for STEM Day Activities. 2018 winners will be announced at the Seventh Annual STEM Education Awards Assembly being held Friday, November 2nd at Loudermilk Center in Atlanta.

Isle of Hope K-8 STEAM School previously won first place for STEM Day activities in the Georgia STEM Education Awards in both 2014 and 2015. The Isle of Hope K-8 STEAM program provides courses, clubs, and enrichment opportunities for all grades to prepare students to compete and succeed in college and career within multiple STEM/STEAM fields. The focus of STEAM education is the successful integration of the array of arts forms into engaging STEM curriculum.

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