Uniondale School District Holds Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Fair
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The STEAM Fair Brought Together a Multitude of Subject Matters into One Unforgettable Event

Uniondale High School recently held a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) fair for community members to attend. Numerous hands-on stations were present, including DIY tie-dye t-shirts, which were available for purchase, DIY bath bombs, DIY stress balls and more. There was an interactive live animal exhibit, blood pressure monitoring conducted by pre-nursing scholars, liquid nitrogen ice cream, circuit building and robotics demonstrations, and more.

“The STEAM fair had activities and demonstrations for the whole family to enjoy,” said Arthur Registre,Director of Science. “With over 60 stations in the gym and on the field, there were plenty of entertaining,
educational opportunities to observe and participate in.”

At the fair, elementary school scholars’ science project tri-folds were displayed, including experiments such as testing which battery brand lasts the longest and a step-by-step guide to assembling a homemade lava lamp. Attendees had the opportunity to read about various projects conducted by each scholar at each
grade level.

“From shooting off rockets, to face painting, to musical performances by our orchestra scholars, to the dunk tank, there were plenty of fun activities to partake in for all age levels,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Monique Darrisaw-Akil. “One message we relay to our scholars is that education does not
stop once you leave school. Keep on learning and investigating the world around you. That is why we were delighted to have a great turnout of not just our scholars, but also community members looking to learn in a fun and interactive environment.”

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