STEAM Club participates in annual Eco-Fair

At the Eco-Fair, 3rd to 6th grade classes from the island were able to take part in environmentally focused stations, fostering opportunities for learning, exploration, and innovation.
The STEAM club hosted three stations - storytime, scavenger hunt, and STEM challenge - for students to enjoy.
Senior Sj'Kinah Dujon, freshman Cameron Cullinan, and 8th grader Jumalie John shared a STEM focused book with each group that visited the storytime station. 
The scavenger hunt station featured an activity from BirdSleuth, an educational program created by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Seniors Aidan Fitzgerald and Amaru Bain, along with juniors Salma Hamad, Cole Shurr, Candace Felix, and Kirra Lambert, led the activity. Students had the option to participate in either a challenging or basic hunt, with first-place winners earning a digital certificate of completion.
The STEM challenge, led by seniors Izzy Rodriguez and Nate Roth, along with sophomore Lu Joseph, and freshmen Tristian Samuel and Isaiah Randolph, tasked students with constructing aluminum foil boats to carry as many coins as possible. Additionally, students were challenged to create paper airplanes to see which could travel the furthest.