What is "STEM"?

 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

All proceeds from this event will support STEM resources at St. Catherine Labouré School.

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Our 2019 Goals:

 

  • Expand Noggin Builders program year-round to all little ones in Preschool (3 years) through Kindergarten (6 years).

  • Continue implementation of and updates to Project Lead the Way, a rigorous hands-on curriculum for Grades 6, 7, and 8 students to align with Glenbrook South High School STEM program.

  • Introduce scholarships for demonstrated financial-need-based students to receive a high-quality Catholic education.

This is how SCL School has invested the proceeds from the past two fundraisers:

All STEM investments since 2014:

  • Project Lead the Way implementation (Grades 6-8)

  • Noggin Builders pilot implementation (Grades Pre3-KG)

  • Science lab renovation, including eye wash station

  • Library and computer lab renovation

  • Microscopes restoration

  • New science materials

  • Document cameras & digital projectors for all classrooms

  • Math program for entire school (K-8)

  • 25 new library computers

  • School-wide high speed internet

  • 60 iPads with keyboards and carts

  • Advanced Reader program for middle school

  • New Chromebooks (Grades 4-5) and carts

  • New faculty computers

Why is this important?

STEM is a curriculum based on real-world applications to educate students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The U.S. has historically been a leader in these fields, but recently, fewer students have been focusing on these topics. This impacts our future. Jobs in STEM fields are in demand and high-paying.

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