For over 70 years, Museum School has been a leader in informal science education. The engaging classroom environments and activities are facilitated by enthusiastic educators who support the joy of learning through discovery. Specimens and artifacts from the Museum's teaching collection are featured.
STEM Squad class topics vary each session, always keeping an engineering focus with a creative slant. Activities are designed so that students are able to construct their own knowledge of the world through hands-on experiences.
STEM Squad classes are on Mondays for Kindergarten - 4th Grade students. Classes occur twice each day.
Kindergarten - 2nd Grade | 9 - 11 AM
3rd - 4th Grade | 12 -2 PM
STEM Squad class topics vary each session, always keeping an engineering focus with a creative slant. Activities are designed so that students are able to construct their own knowledge of the world through hands-on experiences. Register for your spot now!
|Monday, October 9||Let’s Glow Crazy
Explore Fluorescence and Bioluminescence in Nature & Chemistry with fun experiments and activities.
|Monday, November 6||Storybook STEM
Discover the science in some of your favorite stories. Explore The Art of Eric Carle exhibit while using creativity and engineering skills.
|Monday, December 18||Gingerbread Architects
Run, run as fast as you can to design and engineer an extreme gingerbread house.
|Monday, February 19||Monumental STEM
Explore iconic monuments and Presidential fun facts using geology, math, history, visual arts, and more in this half-day class.
|Monday, March 11||Chain Reactions & Contraptions
Learn how to build a series of mechanisms to create an epic chain reaction.
|Monday, April 15||Earth Rocks
Celebrate Earth Day and connect to nature as we explore the giant rock we call home.