Two dozen Woodside Elementary students qualify for county STEM Fair

Parent volunteer Ashley Dombkowski talks to students about their projects during Woodside Elementary School's STEM Fair. (Photo by Michelle Le/The Almanac)

Most schools have changed their annual science fairs into STEM fairs, adding technology, engineering and math to science.

Woodside Elementary School recently held its STEM Fair in the school gym, with 24 middle school students moving on to compete in the county's STEM Fair in March.

Science teachers Melissa Bowdoin and Jennifer Parker directed the student efforts, with parents and community members helping out as judges.


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