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Feb 7, 2018 Photos by Claire Peart

Rendezvous Elementary School hosted a fourth grade family night Monday. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event was held to showcase ...


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Rendezvous Elementary School hosted a fourth grade family night Monday. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event was held to showcase student windmill projects. It also featured multiple hands-on activity stations in the gym where families could build and experiment on a variety of projects. Above, fourth grader Frankie Strickland and his grandfather Joe Denk focused on assembling a catapult.

Rendezvous Elementary School hosted a fourth grade family night Monday. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event was held to showcase student windmill projects. It also featured multiple hands-on activity stations in the gym where families could build and experiment on a variety of projects. Above, fourth grader Frankie Strickland and his grandfather Joe Denk focused on assembling a catapult.


Rendezvous Elementary School hosted a fourth grade family night Monday. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event was held to showcase student windmill projects. It also featured multiple hands-on activity stations in the gym where families could build and experiment on a variety of projects. Above, fourth grader Frankie Strickland and his grandfather Joe Denk focused on assembling a catapult.

Rendezvous Elementary School hosted a fourth grade family night Monday. The STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) event was held to showcase student windmill projects. It also featured multiple hands-on activity stations in the gym where families could build and experiment on a variety of projects. Above, fourth grader Frankie Strickland and his grandfather Joe Denk focused on assembling a catapult.

Dani Santee, Brylee Styvar and Tosha Kenyon discussed the windmills they built in class. Rendezvous fourth- graders used the science project as part of a cross-curricular writing and mathematics lesson.

Dani Santee, Brylee Styvar and Tosha Kenyon discussed the windmills they built in class. Rendezvous fourth- graders used the science project as part of a cross-curricular writing and mathematics lesson.


Dani Santee, Brylee Styvar and Tosha Kenyon discussed the windmills they built in class. Rendezvous fourth- graders used the science project as part of a cross-curricular writing and mathematics lesson.

Dani Santee, Brylee Styvar and Tosha Kenyon discussed the windmills they built in class. Rendezvous fourth- graders used the science project as part of a cross-curricular writing and mathematics lesson.

Cade Carpenter and her grandmother Kristy Hardtke worked together to modify a wind-powered car with straws, paper, tape and mint candies.

Cade Carpenter and her grandmother Kristy Hardtke worked together to modify a wind-powered car with straws, paper, tape and mint candies.


Cade Carpenter and her grandmother Kristy Hardtke worked together to modify a wind-powered car with straws, paper, tape and mint candies.

Cade Carpenter and her grandmother Kristy Hardtke worked together to modify a wind-powered car with straws, paper, tape and mint candies.

Aspen Gordon used her cardboard-festooned arms to propel herself across the gymnasium floor while working at a station that showed the power potential and kinetic energy.

Aspen Gordon used her cardboard-festooned arms to propel herself across the gymnasium floor while working at a station that showed the power potential and kinetic energy.


Aspen Gordon used her cardboard-festooned arms to propel herself across the gymnasium floor while working at a station that showed the power potential and kinetic energy.

Aspen Gordon used her cardboard-festooned arms to propel herself across the gymnasium floor while working at a station that showed the power potential and kinetic energy.

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