APS students test their science and engineering skills during Georgia STEMDay 2015

APS students and teachers are celebrating Georgia STEMDay today throughout the district! STEMDay is an opportunity for our teachers to get students engaged in science, technology, engineering and math activities. Check out the photos below to see how some of our APS students are spending their day!

Kimberly Elementary School students incorporate STEM into field day!
Kimberly Elementary School students incorporate STEM into field day!
Inman Middle School students study the science of sound, frequency and decibels using their iPads in Ms. Tanner’s class.
Inman Middle School students study the science of sound, frequency and decibels using their iPads in Ms. Tanner’s class.
Usher Collier Elementary School 5th grade students learn STEM skills from a product consultant at Taylor Construction.
Usher Collier Elementary School 5th grade students learn STEM skills from a product consultant at Taylor Construction.
Brown Middle School students work with Jennifer Hall from the APS Technology Department to edit video using Adobe Premiere professional editing software.
Brown Middle School students work with Jennifer Hall from the APS Technology Department to edit video using Adobe Premiere professional editing software.
Hope-Hill students in Ms. Mitchell’s class prep for STEM activities using the online math program TenMarks.
Hope-Hill students in Ms. Mitchell’s class prep for STEM activities using the online math program TenMarks.
M. Agnes Jones students make indoor slingshots during an engineering challenge.
M. Agnes Jones students make indoor slingshots during an engineering challenge.

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