STEM grants give Spokane school projects a boost | Families
There's great back-to-school news for Spokane Public Schools! Washington STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) is providing grant money for two cutting-edge programs in the district.
STEM will give $18,000 to The Community School, described as a "project-based, personalized high school for students seeking an option to the traditional high school." The money will fund lab projects focused on human anatomy and physiology.
STEM is also providing $20,300 for a partnership among Spokane Public Schools, Mobius Science Center and Invent Washington. Students will focus on inventions and their projects will be showcased in the Mobius Science Center.
To learn more about Washington STEM, click here.