The City of Great Falls is once again partnering with Great Falls Public Schools, Pacific Steel & Recycling, GF Tribune, Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Malmstrom AFB, Citizen's for Clean Energy and MWS Inc. to bring the STEM/STEAM Expo - Earth Day 2014 Celebration to the Great Falls area.
March 29, 2014
Great Falls High School Fieldhouse
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
We can use this event to look forward to Earth Day in April. Come get some great ideas from the many displays and activities to put to good use in the Spring. By moving the STEM/STEAM Expo - Earth Day Celebration to March we are hoping to include more students and their families by not conflicting with other activities and events. This should also help with parking availability.
This event is free to the public. Bring the family to participate and learn more about Earth Day and the activities of STEM/STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math). There will be games, activities, informational booths and student projects on display. At around 1:30 PM the names of the poster contest winners will be announced. The students winning posters and pictures from last year's event can be viewed below. There will be concessions, t-shirts and other related items for sale at the event to help support future Expos.
For more information on the STEM/STEAM Expo please check out the Great Falls Public Schools website: www.gfps.k12.mt.us/content/stem or call Luke Diekhans, GFPS Environmental Education at (406) 268-7338. Registration will open on January 1, 2014 with a deadline of March 14, 2014. The registration form will be attached at a later date. The STEM/STEAM Expo is looking for judges - if interested please contact Mary Rearden at (406) 268-7402. You can also contact Debbie Kimball at (406) 771-1401 if you have any questions.
Thanks to all of the students, vendors, sponsors, judges, GFPS staff and the STEM/STEAM Expo - Earth Day Committee that make it all happen. If you are interested in being a sponsor of this wonderful event please contact Luke Diekhans, Environmental Ed, GFPS (406) 268-7338.
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