The new year is finally here, and If it’s anything like 2019, it’s going to be awesome. Let’s look at some of the highlights that made last year so great.
In this week’s Infinite Energy STEAM blog, we’re taking a look at the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology.
This week, we sat down with Tina B., a parent sponsor at Paul Duke STEM High School, one of 11 schools we gave STEAM grants to a few months back.
We’re taking a look at North Gwinnett Middle School and a project we helped fund that pairs science and engineering students with those studying visual art.
We're proud to support STEAM projects. And this week, we talked to the STEAM coordinator at Coleman Middle School, one of our grant recipients.
This year, we were able to give back $48,000 in STEAM grants to 11 different schools—bringing our total since we began to $186,000!
Last year, we gave 11 schools in Gwinnett County about $50,000 in grants for STEAM projects. And this week, we caught up with Chattahoochee Elementary.
Students did so well on last year's Makerspace project, we decided to give them $8,000 this year to buy 3D printers and a CNC routing machine.
We give grants for projects in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM). And Berkmar Middle School was one of this year's recipients.
Simpson Elementary School is just one of 11 Georgia schools Infinite Energy gave a total of more than $50,000 in educational grants to this year.
We caught up with teacher Kristie C. to get the lowdown on a project we helped fund called Making STEAM a Hair-raising Experience.
While it’s true that one of the newest projects to take root at Gwinnett County’s Discovery High School is "garden variety," it’s certainly not ordinary.