Students in Inga Cashon’s foundations of engineering and engineering applications classes at Bryan County High School celebrated Georgia STEM Day on Friday.
Students in foundations of engineering assembled, designed, and launched Wizard rockets. Students in engineering applications tested the new classroom drone.
Sophomore Cole Morrison and junior Hunter Lee planned and assisted with the school’s Georgia STEM Day classroom activities. BCHS has participated in Georgia STEM Day since 2013 when it began under the direction of Cashon.
Georgia STEM Day is sponsored by TAG Education Collaborative, the Technology Association of Georgia’s charitable arm dedicated to preparing the next-generation workforce. More than 630,000 students and educators participated.
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.