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Guy-Perkins sixth graders selected for STEM honor

Posted: February 19, 2014 - 4:43pm

Guy-Perkins sixth grade students Cecelia Passmore, Olivia Passmore and Taylor Smith were three of one hundred sixth graders selected to attend the “Discovering Excellence in Arkansas” event. The event will take place at the Museum of Discovery on Thursday, February 20. Students were nominated by math/science teacher Amber Pearce and selected based on their interest and/or aptitude in STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The students will have dinner as well as an award ceremony with Governor Beebe in attendance. Scientists from different disciplines will be in attendance to talk with students and share some hands-on activities during the evening.

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Courtney 02/20/14 - 01:49 am

It is amazing. This little

It is amazing. This little guy only goes to the 6th grade and now he is honored for the achievements in STEM. By the way, it is worth to mention that it looks like STEM is getting so popular among young people and it is difficult not to notice that it is also being popularized on purpose. I don’t have anything against it, but I just think that we also need to remember about Humanities, Arts…I mean everything should be popularized.
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